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Tag: Maggie Schneider

Weekend Brunch Edition Vol. 20:  Weekly News Shorts plus Spotify Playlist!
Making The Grade

Weekend Brunch Edition Vol. 20: Weekly News Shorts plus Spotify Playlist!

Editor’s Note:  It’s been an unusual week as Coronavirus has swept the world and caused mass hysteria.  People buying up toilet paper, hand sanitizer, medicine and all kinds of cleaning products.  It has shut down March Madness, NBA, and halted all the major sports.  Concerts have been postponed as well.  Several states such as California, New York and Illinois are having statewide lockdowns to try to flatten this curve on the Coronavirus.  At Madness To Creation, we want YOU to rock out to this Spotify playlist, however, please be mindful of your own health and the public health as a whole.  Wash your hands, stay home if you’re sick and just be mindful, and stay at home unless it's absolutely necessary.  In the meantime, enjoy this playlist as you’re hunkered down and quarantined from the...
Maggie Schneider Gets Into The Christmas Spirit with Madness To Creation!
Hip Hop & Pop, Mental Health Conversations

Maggie Schneider Gets Into The Christmas Spirit with Madness To Creation!

Editor's Note:  It was so good to talk to Maggie Schneider in reference to the Atlanta music scene, her performance at the Vans Warped Tour, and in regards to her indie-folk side project The Foreword.  She has also shared the stage with the likes of He Is We, Assuming We Survive, and We Were Sharks.  We also had a wonderful discussion about her career, Christmas traditions, and her singles "695 North Avenue" and "Pretend".  Fans can find Maggie Schneider at the following locations: www.facebook.com/itsmaggieschneider www.rockinmags.com www.twitter.com/rockinmags www.instagram.com/rockinmags www.facebook.com/TheForewordDuo https://linktr.ee/theforewordduo Madness To Creation:  What's going on today? Maggie:  Oh, nothing much, just excited for Christmas, I'm getting i...
The Musician’s Tribune Vol. 9:  “From All Time Low to Transform Space: How Vans Warped Tour Impacted My Career” by Maggie Schneider
The Musician's Tribune

The Musician’s Tribune Vol. 9: “From All Time Low to Transform Space: How Vans Warped Tour Impacted My Career” by Maggie Schneider

Editor's Note:  There is something to be said about that singer-songwriter who takes multiple influences and creates it into his/her own brand.  That is what Atlanta native Maggie Schneider certainly did as she is carving her own niche into the music world.  Maggie's career began to launch as she found herself sharing the stage with the likes of State Champs, Jonny Craig, Like Pacific, and Courage My Love, and her EP "Tinted Glasses" is out now!  I would venture to say that she never imagined playing at Vans Warped Tour, let alone being produced by Rian Dawson of All Time Low, which she considers as one of her all time favorite bands.  In this edition of "The Musician's Tribune", you will read about how the band All Time Low came full circle in Maggie Schneider's life and career.  In the m...