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Maggie Rogers took on Saturday Night Live at the weekend, and it was bloody great

The Dork cover star served up versions of ‘Light On’ and ‘Fallingwater’ 
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Published: 9:30 pm, November 05, 2018Words: Jamie Muir. Photos: Jennifer McCord.
Maggie Rogers took on Saturday Night Live at the weekend, and it was bloody great

Now, you know how much we love Maggie Rogers (as noted by the fact she’s our current cover star) and it’s pretty clear why after she took over US telly at the weekend. 

Appearing on the prestigious Saturday Night Live as the musical guest, Maggie brought some serious feels to performances of ‘Light On’ and ‘Fallingwater’ - making it pretty clear why she’s set to fully take over in 2019 and beyond. TV and all.

The performance comes as Maggie gears up for a big start to 2019, with the release of new album ‘Heard It In A Past Life’ on January 18th coming after a bumper support run with Mumford & Sons across arenas all over the place. Maggie will then be back on UK shores in February for her biggest headline shows to date here, including a big ‘ol night at London’s Brixton Academy on February 19th.

Check out those headline dates, before checking out ‘Light On’ and ‘Fallingwater’ below

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