Maggie Rogers shares letter from 'huge fans' Barack and Michelle Obama
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Musician Maggie Rogers on Tuesday shared an image of a letter she received from former President Barack ObamaBarack Hussein ObamaHoward University's marching band to escort Harris at inauguration Lloyd Austin is the right nominee for defense secretary and the right leader for this moment Trump seeks to box-in Biden with executive actions MORE and first lady Michelle ObamaMichelle LeVaughn Robinson ObamaAshley Biden says Melania Trump has not reached out to Jill Biden Biden poised to be the most pro-immigrant president since Reagan Obama honors MLK Day: 'He never gave in to violence, never waved a traitorous flag' MORE.

The Obamas told the Maryland native they are “huge fans” and lamented missing her shows in Washington.


Rogers played Monday night at The Anthem music venue in Washington and has another show slated for Tuesday night, both of which the Obamas will miss.

“Good luck on the next part of your journey – looking forward to decades of great music from you! And we hope you and your crew enjoy spending a little time in D.C.,” the couple wrote.

Rogers shared an image of the letter on Twitter, writing that she “has never cried at the sight of my full name.”

“I love you mr + mrs o. this is my grammy,” Rogers tweeted. 

Rogers’ track “Burning” previously appeared on Barack Obama’s summer playlist that he shared in August.