You might not know it from her soulful 2012 country radio hit "I Ain't Your Mama," but Nashville star-in-waiting Maggie Rose grew up in Potomac, where she was known as Margaret Durante. While she's now based in Music City, Maggie Rose is making a special trip back home for two shows at the brand-new Bethesda Blues and Jazz Supper Club. Her debut album, "Cut to Impress," will be released on March 26, so expect to hear plenty of new material.
Supper-club seating is sold out for Friday night's concert, and only theater-style seating is left. (The trade-off is that theater seats don't come with a $15 food and drink minimum.) Around two dozen table seats remain for Saturday night, as well as theater seats.