When we are young we aspire to so many visions and goals in life. Things can change that path, but for 18 year old singer/songwriter Maggie Baugh she stayed her course and is making quite the impression on her journey.
Maggie pours so much of herself into her music, her songwriting and shows that is no surprise she has garnered a solid fan base that is still growing. The country music singer, guitarist and fiddle player released her first album, 'Only Good Things,' in 2013 and followed it up with 2015's 'Heck of a Story.' A native of Boca Raton, FL, Maggie learned to play the violin at age six and picked up guitar several years later.
This energy and talent has rewarded Maggie by being able to share the bill with Randy Houser, Jake Owen, Juke Combs, Parmalee, Kane Brown, Lanco, David Nail, Runaway June, Jerrod Neiman, Lee Brice, The Cadillac Three, Lanco, Danielle Bradberry and Charles Kelley. An electrifying moment in her career was playing the fiddle during live performances of "Devil Went Down to Georgia" alongside the legendary Charlie Daniels.
Her latest single, "Catch Me" can be heard on Radio Disney and the official music video can be seen on CMT TV. I have seen Maggie's name on social media for awhile, but until I finally took a more in depth look, I now know what I have missed. Don't be like me; check out everything Maggie at https://maggiebaugh.com