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  • PUBLISHED Jul 05, 2011

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    Jul 05 2011
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    N/A Nashville

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# Singer, songwriter and pianist -- Maggie McClure -- has performed more than 100 shows at various universities, festivals and music venues across the nation in the last year. She also was invited to sing the National Anthem at the first NBA playoff game in Oklahoma history between the LA Lakers and OKC Thunder with more than 18,000 people in attendance. From Oklahoma, Maggie's sincere presentation of original songs coupled with her creative interpretations of select cover songs gives audiences of all ages an enjoyable, unique live-performance experience. Maggie's latest project, Good Morning & Good Night, was released in September 2010 as she also launched her 2010/2011 College Tour opening for Sara Bareilles. Including all new, original tracks, Good Morning & Good Night was produced in Nashville by Stephen Gause (Dave Barnes, Nathan Angelo, Steve Means and Micah Dalton). Prior to the new project, Maggie released a self-titled album in 2007, which was produced by Will Hunt (Ryan Cabrera, Amy Lee of Evanescence, Nick Lachey and Bethany Dillon). Shortly after the album's release, Japanese indie label -- Spinning -- took interest and distributed the album nationwide in Japan in February 2009. The release attracted not only thousands of fans in Japan, but also in Germany, China, Switzerland, and everywhere in between. Fans relate Maggie's sound mostly to artists such as Michelle Branch, Norah Jones, and Colbie Caillat. Many of Maggie's songs are currently being played on MTV's The Hills and The City, as well as CBS's hit soap opera, The Young and the Restless. Maggie also landed a Main Stage Showcase at NACA Nationals in Boston in February 2010. MAGGIE MCCLURE'S SONG PLACEMENTS 2008-2011: Featured on MTV's The Hills and The City: "Out of My Mind", "Believe", "I Wonder Why", & "Life" Featured on CBS's The Young and The Restless: "Out of My Mind", "All We Need", & "My Love"

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