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  • Writer's pictureSierra Potts

The Japanese House Sets the Tone for Maggie Rogers in Dallas

On May 31, music enthusiasts in Dallas, Texas, were treated to an incredible evening of music at the Toyota Music Factory as The Japanese House took the stage to open for the acclaimed singer-songwriter Maggie Rogers.

Led by the talented Amber Mary Bain (known by her stage name The Japanese House) the indie pop sensation captivated the audience from the moment she stepped out onto the stage. With a setlist comprised of electrifying tracks such as “Sad To Breathe,” “Touching Yourself,” and, “Boyhood”, The Japanese House and her band delivered a performance that left the crowd eager for more. 

The Japanese House’s  signature blend of ethereal melodies and introspective lyrics, resonated deeply with the audience. Each song was a testament to artistry and musical prowess, inviting listeners into a musical journey filled with emotion and nostalgia. What made The Japanese House’s performance truly remarkable was the undeniable connection they forged with the audience.

Despite being the opening act, The Japanese House and band commanded the stage with confidence and grace, captivating concertgoers with their infectious energy and raw talent. It was evident that many in attendance were not only fans of Maggie Rogers but also ardent supporters of The Japanese House, making her the perfect opener for the evening.

As The Japanese House bid farewell to the Dallas crowd, her performance lingered in the air, leaving an undeniable sense of anticipation for what was to come. Their seamless transition paved the way for Maggie Rogers to take the stage, setting the tone for an unforgettable night of music and camaraderie.

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