Roche, Maggie (1951–)
Roche, Maggie (1951–)
American singer and songwriter. Name variations: The Roches. Born Oct 26, 1951, in Detroit, MI; sister of Terre Roche (singer) and Suzzy Roche (singer); attended Bard College.
Began singing professionally with sister Terre (late 1960s); sang backup harmonies on Paul Simon's album, There Goes Rhymin' Simon (1972); with Terre, signed with Columbia and released unsuccessful album, Seductive Reasoning (1975); with the addition of sister Suzzy, formed the band, The Roches, in NY (1976) and released albums The Roches (1979), Another World (1985) and A Dove (1992); with the Roches, also appeared on albums by Indigo Girls and Kathy Mattea; disbanded after release of album, Can We Go Home Now? (1995).
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