About Maggie

The Norman, Okla-bred, Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter/pianist Maggie McClure has spent a good amount of her career placing her songs on TV shows such as Dr. Phil, Cougar Town, The Real World, The Vineyard, and The Hills, in TV movies like Hallmark Channel's My Christmas Love, and in feature films like Cowgirls N’ Angels and A Cowgirl's Story. Her smooth, confessional songwriting has made her a natural for these formats. Maggie has performed more than 1000 shows throughout her career in over 40+ states in the U.S. at iconic venues such as The Hotel Cafe in Los Angeles to Rockwood Music Hall in NYC, and everywhere in between. Her original piano-driven songs empower and inspire listeners with a positive message of hope, love, and faith. 
Maggie’s third and newest album, Time Moves On --  produced by Justin Glasco, whose work includes Dan Wilson (songwriter of Adele’s hit “Someone Like You”), Gary Jules, Tyler Hilton, and Cary Brothers – chronicles her move from Oklahoma to L.A. and centers on the mental and physical bravery it takes to push yourself in an unknown city and make people pay attention and convince them to be part of your dream. 

Maggie’s latest musical endeavor includes releasing a batch of new singles. 'Be Right Here For You' is Maggie's new piano driven single which features her infectious pop vocals and an unforgettable upbeat chorus. ‘Coming Home’ is a beautiful, nostalgic and uplifting story of returning to a place which is close to your heart. Maggie explains how the song was written in less than half an hour, whilst visiting Oklahoma after being away for a while. “It was most definitely a scenario of a stream of consciousness writing" Maggie confesses. ‘Coming Home’ fuses driving drum beats, catchy vocals and melodic guitar rhythms, creating a happy and endearing song that we can all relate to. ‘Coming Home’ and 'Be Right Here For You' are featured in a new feature film, A Cowgirl’s Story (starring Pat Boone and Bailee Madison), out April 18th, 2017 on DVD in Walmart, On Demand, and on Amazon, iTunes, etc. You can hear 'Coming Home' in the trailer and end credits, and both new singles are being included on the soundtrack (which will include a total of 5 of Maggie's songs) to the film. Maggie's most recent release is her single, 'Do It All Again' featuring Graham Colton, which came out April 7th, 2017.

Maggie has recently opened for Sara Bareilles, Alicia Witt, Walk Off The Earth, Tony Lucca, and others. Additionally, you can hear her singing on ABC Family/Freeform's "The Mistle-Tones", as well as Disney's "Violetta", where she sang the English role of Violetta for Season 1 now airing worldwide on Disney Channel. Maggie also had the privilege of singing the National Anthem at the very first NBA playoff game in Oklahoma history with more than 18,000 people in attendance, as well as recently performing the official holiday halftime show at Madison Square Garden for the NY Knicks in along with singer/songwriter Shane Henry.



"Coming Home" Music Video Premiering w/ The Huffington Post!

I am thrilled to announce that my new music video for my single, "Coming Home" is out and premiering today with The Huffington Post! Thank you to everyone who submitted content for the video! I truly hope it warms your heart. Thanks for watching and sharing!  http://www.huffingtonpost.com/...

"Do It All Again" Available Worldwide NOW!

"Do It All Again" NOW Available Worldwide with All Digital Retailers https://itunes.apple.com/us/al...

5 SONGS to be featured in upcoming Feature Film + On Screen Feature Film Debut in 'A Cowgirl's Story' (SONY) Out April 18, 2017!

5 of Maggie's original songs will be featured in 'A Cowgirl's Story', a feature film set to release digitally April 18, 2017 starring Bailee Madison and Pat Boone. The songs include her newly released singles, "Be Right Here For You", "Coming Home" (during the trailer and end credits), her song "Closer Than Before" off her 2014 album, "Time Moves On", her 2013 single, "You're Beautiful", and a new song co-written with directer/writer Timothy Armstrong, "Cowgirl Stomp". Maggie will also make her on camera feature debut in the film performing "Cowgirl Stomp".

New Single, "Coming Home" Worldwide Digital Release March 10, 2017!

Now Available on iTunes, Spotify and everywhere else! https://itunes.apple.com/us/al...

"Be Right Here For You" Digital Worldwide Release Feb. 10th, 2017!

Available on iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Spotify, + more!



Time Moves On

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Good Morning & Good Night

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Maggie McClure

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Photos & Videos

"Coming Home" Official Music Video
'A Cowgirl's Story' Trailer featuring "Coming Home" - Movie Out 4/18/17!
"Do It All Again" Live at The Hotel Cafe LA
Full Band Show in Los Angeles - "Time Moves On"
Good Morning and Good Night
"Troubled Heart" Official Music Video


Contact Maggie

Booking/Music Licensing/Film/TV/Commercial Inquiries:
[email protected]

Sporting Event Inquiries:
Tyler Cofer
Buzzer Beater Entertainment, LLC
[email protected]

Theatrical/Commercial Agent:              

Shaunna Griffith

The Happen Agency

[email protected] 

(818) 588-6437

Voice Over:

Heather Vergo
Atlas Talent Agency
[email protected]

Kershona Mayo
The Mora May Agency
[email protected]

Send Maggie McClure fan mail and SASE Autograph Requests to:
Maggie McClure Music, LLC
P.O. Box 722391
Norman, OK 73070

Email List

Acting/Vocal Work


"Cowgirl Stomp" from A Cowgirl's Story
Matthew Morrison – It Don't Mean A Thing
Demi Lovato – Let It Go – Live @ Disney Park
The Middle



Download Maggie's Resume


"Sitting behind her piano, she had a Disney princess presence, the type of aura that reminds you about Hollywood light comedies and musicals, and when I was precisely thinking about this, she said she had five songs (including the happy-hooky ‘Coming Home’) featured in an upcoming movie, 'A Cowgirl's Story', directed by Timothy Armstrong and starring Pat Boone, which should be out very soon (April 18th to be exact). Maggie has actually been really good at placing her songs on TV shows (Cougar Town, The Real World, The Vineyard, The Hills, to only name a few) as well as in films. Surrounded by a full band, including a childhood friend from Oklahoma, she and her musicians even performed the very freshly recorded ‘Magic Man’, which sounded like a melancholic waltz on piano, and the Disney princess impression could not have been more obvious than during the cute song she sang with her husband, fellow musician and Oklahoma native Shane Henry, who backed her up on vocals and whistling. Maggie McClure’s performance at the Hotel Café may have been far away from the over-produced stadium-show happening in the desert at the same moment – didn’t Lady Gaga perform at Coachella that same night? – but it was a sincere and heartfelt one. She is more a Carla Rae Jepsen type (to whom she has been compared), with a solid foot in a big city like Los Angeles and a heart still in her small town in Oklahoma,… but her sugar-coated vocals mixed with playful melodies were certainly here to bring a feel-good moment of sweetness."

Alyson Camus, Rock NYC Live & Recorded

LA-based artist, Maggie McClure, has the same type of pop demeanor that you would get from Sara Bareilles and Regina Spektor – her latest single, “Be Right Here For You,” has a piano-fueled perkiness that surrounds you with commercial vibes. It is the type of track you would expect to hear from an ad or TV episode due to its feel-good effect that immediately pins you to the chorus. There is a lightness to the compositional arrangement that cavorts between classy pop to modern chicness.

Apium Global Music

“Maggie McClure sings with sweet innocence and profound insight at the same time. That's why we felt her song "Good Morning and Good Night," would be the perfect music to start our movie, Cowgirls 'n Angels.”

Timothy Armstrong, Writer/Director​

“The young songstress invites us into her world with intimate stories about her life and the unrest that plagues it. However, her sweet voice and keen sense of melody are more on the sunny side of pop-rock, as she pens breezy atmospheres that are as dreamy as they are enjoyable. A pleasant mix of guitar versus key driven gentleness, she occasionally takes nods to the ’60s and certainly knows her way around a hook.”

Tom Haugen, New Noise Magazine