Announced on Monday, October 28 by Skye Media, Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter-pianist Maggie McClure is set to release her new album, Time Moves On, on February 11, 2014, on her own label. This album is special because it features Maggie's most intimate collection of songs, and was produced by Justin Glasco of Dan Wilson, Tyler Hilton, Gary Jules, Margaret Cho and others.
“I feel extremely connected to this album,” McClure says. “It’s very personal, and I did a lot experimenting. I didn’t want to play it safe. It’s about embarking on new and unpredictable journeys and making improvements to create your future.”
The album focuses on a dreamy plateau, featuring her soothing vocals, guitars, and varied keyboard touches. Time Moves On tracks her move from Norman, Oklahoma to Los Angeles; two different worlds, and a move to encourage Maggie to pursue her music career, with a new outlook on life, and encountering bravery with a more powerful self-existence. Time Moves On is McClure's sophomore album, following her self-titled album, two EPs and several singles. She's also performed nearly a thousand shows.
Maggie has a gift for raw and emotive songwriting that has a massive appeal throughout the world and her singles has appeared in films such as Cowgirls N' Angels, popular television shows Dr. Phil, The Real World, Worst From Ever, The Hills, The City, The Vineyard, and The Young and the Restless. She's performed 750 shows across the United States, sharing the stage with such critical and fan-acclaimed musicians, Sara Bareilles and Tony Lucca. In addition to her much revered success, she sang the National Anthem at the first NBA playoff game in Oklahoma history that had over 18,000 people in attendance.
Along with her impressive singing career, she's also making her away in the entertainment realm, and was featured as a background extra on Matthew Morrison's (Mr. Schu in Glee) music video for "It Don't Mean A Thing," and is currently singing the role of Violetta on the English version of Disney Channel Latin America's Violetta, airing in the UK and across the globe.
Maggie's success is because of her hard-working ethic in her career and in nearly everything that she aspires to do. Says McClure, "I'm a true believer that if you want something to happen, you have to make it happen."
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