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Jeff Shepherd, Karly Driftwood and Maggie Baugh
“Eddie’s Attic Songwriter Top 3 finalist, Karly Driftwood, has one of the most intriguing and original backstories. The singer-songwriter was a mortician before quitting to pursue music in Nashville. Because she couldn’t afford to make the move to Music City, she became a stripper to save up enough money to leave her hometown. She left for Nashville a week after graduating mortuary school and hit the ground running. After recording and writing her debut album, Too Mean To Die was released into the world. Since then, she has opened up for acts such as Lucero, Chuck Ragan, and Cory Branan, etc.
Singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Maggie Baugh is considered one of the most promising new country artists on the rise. Originally from Florida, Maggie made the move to live in Nashville full time to perfect her craft and at twenty-one years old has created a buzz with her insightful lyrics, earnest delivery, and high-energy live shows.
“Think About Me” is by far one of Maggie’s favorite songs to be born as a result of her quarantine days. On the surface, “Think About Me” is portrayed as a break-up song, but underneath, there is a much deeper meaning.
Like all other touring artists, Maggie was impacted by the Covid pandemic due to the lack of live performances, however, she used the time wisely to dive deep into becoming an even stronger songwriter and artist.
It wasn’t easy for Maggie to come to terms with the fact that touring was no longer an option since it has always been a huge part of her artistry. When she lost touring it was as if she had lost a piece of herself.
Maggie is excited to get back on the road and perform for her fans and will continue to announce more live dates.
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Doors Open 8:30pm
Parking is available in front of The Basement (behind Grimey’s) and in the gravel strip next to dumpsters off of Alloway St. Legal street parking is also available on the surrounding streets. Please do not park in the fenced in gravel lot behind Grimey’s Too as it will be locked at 8pm.