Maggie Hudson

Maggie Hudson

 Dayton, Ohio, USA
BandPopAcoustic

Biography

Maggie started out her life in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and has lived in various places along the way: a big city (Cleveland), a rural town (Schoolcraft, MI) & places in between. All have had a positive impact on the variety of music she composes, listens to and covers from artists like Ingrid Michaelson, Pink, Taylor Swift, Lady Antebellum, MGMT, Death Cab for Cutie, Bob Marley and on & on. Maggie visited Nashville for the first time while attending a songwriting conference in the summer of 2011 and hopes to make Nashville her home someday.

Discography

Notion of Love (EP - 2012)

"Notion of Love" is Maggie's debut album. Although she is a freshman in college, Maggie composed most of these songs when she was 16 and 17. She wrote "Wondergirl" as a going away present for her boyfriend who had enlisted in the Air Force. "Love to Live" is a teenager's rebuttal to John Lennon's song "Imagine," and the title song "Notion of Love" speaks to love and commitment. "Two Wrongs" addresses the topic of infidelity.