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How Maryland Shaped Maggie Rogers

In a new column that explores how artists’ hometowns influenced their music, the 24-year-old singer-songwriter reflects on life growing up by the Chesapeake Bay.

MORE THAN A DECADE BEFORE a video of Pharrell Williams listening to her music went viral—before she was opening for Mumford & Sons and performing on Saturday Night Live—Maggie Rogers and her family moved to Easton, a small, sleepy town on the Eastern Shore

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