Concert Reviews By Josh Brick / September 27, 2019 Acclaimed singer/songwriter Maggie Koerner made her Pearl Street Warehouse debut at The Wharf last Thursday, September 19 and made sure to leave an impression on the capacity crowd. Hailing from New Orleans, the emotive songstress combined her mighty voice with deep, personal songs to create an intimate experience that connected with her fans old and new. Her fierce vocals reverberated throughout the venue and her passion was palpable on songs like the soul-pop number "Shadows" and the blues-infused "He Calls Me Mama." Koerner owned the stage – spinning, gyrating and emoting – as she commanded the crowd's attention and admiration. Ultimately, her voice proved her most valuable weapon, consistently cutting to the core with impressive ferocity. She closed the set with her recent single, "If I Die," and left the crowd wanting more. The gracious Koerner mingled with her fans, signing autographs and posing for photographs after her set. If this performance was any indication, it won't be long until she returns to DC to serenade us once again. Photo Gallery Photo Gallery Photo Gallery Enjoy photos by our photographers Josh Brick of Josh Brick Graphics and Caitlin Moore of Caitlin Moore Photography.