CMT’s Artist Discovery Program Enlists Cold River Records Maggie Baugh

Cold River Records singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Maggie Baugh is part of the next round of emerging artists selected for the CMT Artist Discovery initiative.  Baugh’s new music video for the title track of her latest album, Catch Me, will make its exclusive debut today, July 18, 2017, on CMT Music and

Watch the music video HERE.

Maggie Baugh News and Gossip“Catch Me,” co-written by Baugh, Claire Wyndham and Jen Denmark is the title track to her recent album released earlier this year. The video, co-produced by Dave Puente, was shot in and around the beautiful landscape at Eldorado Canyon, home of the historic Techatticup mining camp located 45 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip.

“I can’t even explain how excited I am for my video to be on CMT,” beams the 17 year-old Baugh. “I have dreamed of this moment.  I am so thankful to everyone at CMT for giving me an amazing platform to showcase my music.”

Fans can download Baugh’s album, Catch Me, by visiting or HERE .

More About Maggie Baugh:
Cold River Records recording artist, singer/songwriter, guitar player and dynamic fiddle player, Maggie Baugh, has built a large and loyal fanbase before the age of sixteen by performing in and around her home state of Florida.  The Boca Raton, FL native has opened up for many acts including Ashley Monroe (of Pistol Annie’s), Neal McCoy, Craig Morgan,Toby Keith, Phil Vassar, Sam Hunt, Cole Swindell, The Swon Borthers, Colt Ford, Chris Lane, Chase Bryant, Mark Chesnutt, Drake White, Old Dominion, Montgomery Gentry, John Anderson, Cowboy Troy and A Thousand Horses. She signed her first publishing deal with Placer Creek Music Publishing in 2016 and months later signed her first recording contract. With the help of Maggie’s fans, she launched a Kickstarter campaign to complete her latest album, Catch Me, and successfully raised over 250% of her goal. Collaborating with some of Nashville’s favorite songwriters, including Bridgette Tatum (“She’s Country,”) Cathy Majeski (“How Was I To Know,”) and Chad Carlson (Grammy-winning engineer on hits by Taylor Swift,) the 11-track album was released in January 2017.  After performing over 100 shows in 2016, while still in high school, Maggie has recently become a WME touring artist. She is currently writing and recording new music and plans to head out on a radio tour soon after her high school graduation.  For more information on Maggie Baugh, visit

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