The Norman, Okla-bred, Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter/pianist Maggie McClure has spent a good amount of her career placing her songs on TV shows such as "Dr. Phil", "Cougar Town", "The Real World", "The Vineyard", & The Hills, as well as in feature films like "Cowgirls N' Angels". Her smooth, confessional songwriting has made her a natural for these formats. Maggie has performed more than 1,000 shows throughout her career in over 40+ states in the U.S. at iconic venues such as The Hotel Cafe in Los Angeles to Rockwood Music Hall in NYC, and everywhere in between. Her original piano-driven songs empower & inspire listeners with a positive message of hope, love, & faith.
McClure's highly anticipated upcoming EP, entitled "Color It Up", is inspired by finding & experiencing joy in life. "The whole idea behind writing/releasing this project was to put some feel-good music out there to lift peoples' spirits. So often we miss out on the joy in life because we don't recognize it in the small everyday moments. I hope this EP encourages people to take notice of the everyday joy in their own lives," confides McClure. The new release is produced & engineered by Stephen Gause of Invertigo Productions in Nashville and also features songs co-written by blues rock artist Shane Henry.
McClure has recently opened for Sara Bareilles, Alicia Witt, Walk Off The Earth, Tony Lucca, & others. Additionally, you can hear her singing on ABC Family/Freeform's "The Mistle-Tones", as well as Disney's "Violetta", where she sang the English role of Violetta for Season 1 now airing worldwide on Disney Channel. Maggie also had the privilege of singing the National Anthem at the very first NBA playoff game in Oklahoma history with more than 18,000 people in attendance, as well as recently performing the official holiday halftime show at Madison Square Garden for the NY Knicks in along with singer/songwriter Shane Henry. McClure has been featured in such high profile media outlets as Huffington Post & AXS.
"Color It Up" is set for release Friday, October 13th, 2017.