Maggie Galloway

American Singer, Musician & Recording Artist

“The classic songs of American jazz have been covered so many times that it takes an exceptional singer to make them come alive. Maggie Galloway is such a songstress.”

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Jazz & Popular Music

Her repertory takes us through the realms of thoughtful jazz and into pure inventiveness, but always with a musicality and richness of feeling that carries deep respect for the nature of the text and its meaning. To hear her is an expedition into lyricism.
– Peter Davison, American Poet

American Singer & Musician

Recording Artist & Performer

Bandleader & Manager

Freelance Vocalist

Featured Recordings

Listen to clips of select unreleased recordings

About Maggie

Maggie Galloway is an American singer, musician and performer. She has performed jazz and popular music with her own groups or as a featured vocalist since 1976. Originally from Michigan, she has maintained a quiet presence on the New England music scene singing in local clubs and venues for over 30 years.

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She has released two recordings as a leader: the critically acclaimed More Than You Know on the Brownstone label and Azure on Little Muse Records. Her first disc was named an “Editor’s Choice” by Cadence magazine in a poll of the best records of 1998, a “CD of the Week” by the Jazz Review, a “Pick of the Week” in The Boston Globe, and “Best Female Vocal Jazz CD” in Cape Town, South Africa which invited her to Cape Town to perform in 2000 and 2001. It also led to her nomination for Outstanding Jazz Vocalist of the Boston Music Awards.

Live Performances

Live performances have been postponed until further notice.
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April 26, 2020: Winchester Jenks Center

Winchester Jenks Center
Sunday, April 26, 2020
Time: 3:00pm – 5:00pm
With Billy Novick, clarinet and Bob Nieske, bass
Tel: + 1 781-721-7136

Billy, Bob and Maggie are excited to return to the Jenks Center in Winchester, MA-about 10 miles north of Boston. This performance is open to the public. Tickets may be purchased by calling the Center. 


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