Maggie Rose Covers Carole King’s ‘I Feel The Earth Move’ In Nashville

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Singer-songwriter Maggie Rose took the stage at 3rd & Lindsley in her hometown of Nashville on Sunday night for a Valentine’s Day concert. Rose honored the 50th anniversary of Carole King’s iconic Tapestry album by covering “I Feel The Earth Move” as part of the performance.

Sunday’s concert began with the first live version of Rose’s Osiris Media podcast Salute The Songbird With Maggie Rose. Maggie interviewed Elizabeth Cook, who went on to play a few songs of her own.

Maggie then teamed up with her band, Them Vibes, for a full set. Rose and company focused on originals but also put their own spin on “I Feel The Earth Move.” Carole King penned the song for inclusion on 1971’s Tapestry.

The show was livestreamed via nugs.net and broadcast on Nashville’s Lightning 100 WRLT. Rose donated a portion of proceeds from the concert to Music Venue Alliance Nashville (MVAN).

Watch Maggie Rose lead Them Vibes through “I Feel The Earth Move” below:


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Check out the entire live podcast and concert:

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