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article imageMaggie Rose wins Emmy award in her home state of Maryland

By Markos Papadatos     Jun 18, 2014 in Music
On June 14, country singer Maggie Rose won the National Capital Chesapeake Bay Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) 2013 Emmy award.
The songstress co-wrote and performed "Get Ya Game On" for Comcast SportsNet as the theme of their coverage of the National Football League's (NFL) Washington Redskins throughout the 2013 season.
"I was thrilled that the song really resonated with the sports crowd," Maggie Rose stated in a press release. "But to win an Emmy for it has exceeded my wildest expectations. I'm incredibly honored."
Her parents, Lizz and Steve Durante, accepted the award on her behalf at the 56th Emmy Awards GALA. Two days later, she received the Emmy trophy while a filming a new promo version of "Get Ya Game On" in Nashville, which will be for the forthcoming NFL season.
Her local Emmy win follows the release of her single, "Looking Back Now," which is the third single from her debut album, Cut To Impress. The project was produced by Blake Chancey, James Stroud and Stephony Smith, and it features the breakthrough Top 30 hits "I Ain't Your Mama" and "Better," which stayed on the country charts for over 30 weeks.
Throughout her career, Rose has opened for such singers as Dierks Bentley, Gary Allan, Sheryl Crow and she will join Florida Georgia Line's "This Is How We Cruise" aboard the Norwegian Pearl this November.
To learn more about country singer Maggie Rose, visit her official website.
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