Easton, Maryland native Maggie Rogers performed two shows this past week at D.C.’s 9:30 Club. It was her first time performing in D.C. since releasing her major-label debut album “Heard It in a Past Life”. The album debuted at No. 2 on Billboard’s albums chart.
The Washington Post covered her performances at the club and how she used to dream about performing at the venue:
Maggie Rogers is living her dreams. The 24-year-old pop singer clearly relished her two sold-out shows this week at 9:30 Club, about 90 minutes from her childhood home in Easton, Md.
“I grew up checking the listings for this venue religiously,” Rogers told Tuesday’s crowd. “It’s very special to be here.”
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