Mags

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Mags McCarthy

INDIE ARTIST PLANS SERIES OF PERSONAL VISITS TO NURSING HOMES, RETIREMENT HOMES AND REST HOMES AS PART OF FIRST RUN

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Aug. 27, 2018) — Irish-born, singer-songwriter and international recording artist, Mags, who recently celebrated her debut at country radio here in the states with the original tune “Strong Enough” * launched her radio promotion tour last week. Mags kicked off the first leg of her radio promotion tour making her way through the Midwest visiting radio stations in Illinois, Iowa and Wisconsin.

As part of her itinerary, Mags personally arranged for scheduled visits at various local assisted living centers. Mags performed for residents at Crystal Heights Care Center in Oskaloosa, Iowa, the Homestead of Mason City, Mason City, Iowa, Time for Ease, Sparta, Wisconsin and Prairie Mason Nursing Home located in Prairie Du Chien, Wisconsin.

“It was really important to me, as part of the radio tour, to give back to the communities,” Mags said. “My heart dances when I’m able to bring joy to the lives of others with my music—especially those in need. I met so many wonderful, wonderful people over the course of the week and being able to put a smile on someone’s face is the best part of what we do.”

Currently available via all major digital outlets, “Strong Enough” was officially released to country radio on June 11, 2018 [PlayMPE (05/14/18)] with the promotional campaign spearheaded by Grassroots Promotions. Mags has enjoyed early welcome from the industry and country music fans alike. The single continues its steady climb up the MusicRow chart—currently at No. 79 while internationally, the track is in the No. 3 position on the British & Irish HotDisc Top 10 Chart and ranks at No. 7 on the International HotDisc Chart.

The second phase of Mags’ “Strong Enough” radio tour began early this week; Mags will visit stations in Missouri and Arkansas.

BY: Music Row

Writers: Mags McCarthy/Michael Anthony/Ryan Martinez; Producer: Michael Anthony; Publishers: none listed; Emerald Fields
-Upbeat in the face of heartbreak. He might be splitting, but she’s a tough cookie. “You took my time, but not my heart.” A stuttering, nervous rhythm track and a propulsive arrangement underscore her survivor mood.

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By: Nashville Music Line

Mags McCarthy, known professionally simply as MAGS, grew up on a farm like many country artists. However, this farm wasn’t in Alabama, Georgia or Tennessee. Her family farm is in County Cork, Ireland. 

Recognized at a young age as an accomplished dancer, singer and instrumentalist (primarily the violin) she joined the world-famous Irish dance troupe, Rhythm of the Dance, touring with them all over the world.

Branching out to become a solo performer, she has continued to tour worldwide and has performed before members of the British Royal Family, the President of Ireland and at the White House for President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama. She has racked up more than 600 tour dates in the past two years, often breaking into a dance as she sings and plays her fiddle, passed down to her by her grandfather. READ MORE

 
 
 
 

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Why country music ?
~ I grew up on a farm in the Country in Ireland. I grew up listening to country music and recordings from Dolly Parton and Patsy Cline. The simplicity of the lyrics and the character of the artists who translated the music of yesteryear just hit home. It's who I am. 

If everything would be possible (waking the dead included), which two people should sing the ultimate country duet?
~ Reba McEntire and Garth Brooks--they're both talented, animated and energizing entertainers that know how to captivate an audience. The pairing would win "Entertainer Of The Year" for sure.