The following photos of Maggie Rose and her band were taken at Ground Zero Blues Club in Biloxi, MS on Thursday. June 2, 2022. Opening the show was Hubby Jenkins, the multi-instrumentalist and former member of the Grammy-nominated Carolina Chocolate Drops. Performing with Maggie Rose at the show were Kyle Lewis (guitar), Kaitlyn Connor (keys), Judd Fuller (bass) and Taylor Jones (drums). The photos are by Stephen “Andy” Anderson (page designed & edited by Johnny Cole).
A few comments by Johnny Cole: I have been following Maggie Rose’s career since the release of her 2011 cover of Kings of Leon’s “Use Somebody” as Margaret Durante. At the time of that release, someone told me about a young, new artist, originally from Maryland, who in her teens had performed in a Bruce Springsteen tribute band called The B Street Band. Of course, being a huge fan of Springsteen, my interest was definitely sparked. However, it was her debut album Cut To Impress in 2013 that further raised my awareness of the very talented Maggie Rose. Throughout the next several years, I enjoyed following her growth as an artist and performer. In 2021, I caught Maggie at Rams Head On Stage in Annapolis, Maryland and earlier this year at The Beacon Theatre in New York City for the Love Rocks NYC. The charity event also featured Keith Richard & The X-Pensive Winos, Mavis Staples, Warren Haynes, Melissa Etheridge, Larkin Poe, David Shaw, Anders Osborne and more. Rose’s critically acclaimed album, Have a Seat, released this past August, ranked in our Top 25 of 2021 at The Southland Music Line. It was a lot of fun getting to see Maggie Rose in concert on June 3 at the newly opened Ground Zero Blues Club in Biloxi, MS. Photographer, Stephen Anderson and I shared a table that evening with our friend, Suzanne Zimmer, who along with her husband, Jeff, had previously seen and enjoyed Maggie Rose on the very popular annual Cayamo music-themed cruise in 2019.
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