Maggie Rogers. Photo courtesy John Ellison, Wikimedia Commons.

Back in 2016, Maggie Rogers went viral as an NYU student after Pharrell Williams broke down in tears hearing her song “Alaska.” Since then, Rogers has released two studio albums, 2018’s Heard It In A Past Life and 2022’s Surrender. Now, in 2024, she has dropped her third LP, Don’t Forget Me.  During that time, Rogers attended Harvard Divinity School, having found herself in the position of something of a minister or therapist with her newfound fame.

Recorded over five days with producer Ian Fitchuk, Don’t Forget Me sees Rogers reflecting on her life so far, taking account of where she’s been and looking forward to what’s to come. Effortlessly blending folk, pop, and country, Rogers conjures memories of old flames and philosophizes her place in life.

Maggie Rogers performing live at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles on 09/15/2019. Courtesy of Wikimedia.

For the second leg of her 2024 Don’t Forget Me tour, happening this October and November, Rogers said this in a press release: 

“On the last album, Surrender, I decided to go old school and sell tickets in-person in an effort to reduce fees, combat bots, and get tickets directly into the hands of fans. That process was so fun; this year, I’m hosting “Box Office Week,” where I’ve set some special prices for fans who want to come purchase tickets in person. Here’s how it’s going to work… from April 13th to April 20th, in every city where I’m playing an arena this fall, you can go to the local box office to choose your seats and buy your ticket for a special in-person price. You can find all the exact information for your city HERE. In NYC, Philly, Boston, and Chicago, I’m going to be in person selling tickets directly to you at the box office. After the box office day festivities, I’ll be playing a show that very same night in those four cities where me and my band will perform Don’t Forget Me for the very first time.”

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