91.9 WFPK Presents:

Maggie Rose: No One Gets Out Alive Tour with Fancy Hagood

All Ages
Saturday, May 18
Doors: 7pm // Show: 8pm
$20 to $70
General admission standing room only (limited seating is available first come, first served)

$20 in advance. $20 day of show.
This is an All Ages event.
Show starts at 8pm.

Maggie Rose VIP Experience Package – $70

-Ticket to the show

-Soundcheck Experience with Maggie Rose (Performance + Q&A)

-Photo Op with Maggie Rose

-Exclusive Poster Autographed by Maggie Rose

-Commemorative VIP Laminate

Onsite VIP Host

VIP instructions for the pre-show Photo Op and Soundcheck Experience will be emailed approximately 48 hours prior to the event. Merchandise items are collected at the venue during the VIP Experience. If you have a question related to your VIP package, please email VIP@OneLive.com or call (877) 717-5816. Merchandise subject to change.

Limited accessible seating available upon request at the door.  Please arrive early if you require assistance and we will attempt to accommodate you as best as we can.

Maggie Rose Durante (born May 19, 1988) is an American country music singer. In 2009, Durante signed to Universal Republic as Margaret Durante and released a cover of Kings of Leon's "Use Somebody". A year later, she left Universal Republic and signed to independent Emrose Records, an imprint that used the services of James Stroud's Stroudavarious Records. She charted two singles for Emrose and released her digital EP, Maybe Tonight. Maggie also recorded two songs that were featured in episodes of the Disney Channel's Shake It Up and Good Luck Charlie television series, and were included on the Shake It Up: Break It Down soundtrack album that was released on July 12, 2011.
You might just feel like you can do anything after you hear Who Is Fancy’s major label debut single, "Goodbye," and that's the whole point. It's woven into the very fabric of his music. Everything comes back to his message of personal freedom and empowerment. Growing up in the tiny town of Bentonville, AK, Fancy always felt different. Saying that he didn't fit in at high school would be an understatement. As a result, the bullying became so bad that his parents allowed him to quit at 17-years-old and pursue his dream of music in Nashville, TN. It was in "Music City" that Fancy was born. "They started calling me Fancy," he recalls. "It was the first time I could identify with something that was unique and individual for me." Three sold out shows based off word-of-mouth alone led to a Big Machine publishing deal that sent him to Los Angeles where he linked up with super producer Dr. Luke's Prescription Music. His trip to Los Angeles also landed him in the office of acclaimed talent manager Scooter Braun who signed him to management and his SchoolBoy Records. At the start of 2015, Big Machine C.E.O. and founder Scott Borchetta tweeted the link to "Goodbye." There would be no pictures or information revealed. The world knew nothing about the voice behind the song. "Goodbye" went viral with praise from the likes of Meghan Trainor and Kacey Musgraves. Nobody knew his identity, but Fancy's message through "Goodbye" was clear and strong. Even following his dramatic reveal on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon, Fancy remains true to his message. “Fancy means freedom," he leaves off. "Everyone is Fancy. I want this to be a moment for people to see it’s okay to be you. This isn't about me or who's singing: it's about how the music makes you feel."
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