Spencer Maige

Spencer Maige Bio:

Country music front man, Spencer Maige has been playing music for nearly 25 years and he will still be performing for at least another 25 years. Spencer will tell you, “I love to sing. I love to entertain. I live and breathe music… maybe to a fault. It was my first true love, and is something I will do until I die.”


Spencer Maige was born in Tallahassee, Florida and excelled as an athlete in high school.  He attended Godby High School where he played football and was a captain of the wrestling team.  Spencer was a Florida state finalist in wrestling his junior and senior years.  However, he discovered his love for music in his sophomore year when he was the front man for a country band.  He also regularly sang at his church as a teen.


In high school, Spencer knew he wanted to pursue music as his career.  In 1995, he asked for a guitar for graduation from high school and began to teach himself to play.  Once he was able to play and sing, he was hooked.  At this point, he began writing music as well.


After graduation, Spencer attended Tallahassee Community College and earned an Associate of Arts degree, then went on To Florida State University, where he studied Business Administration.


While in college, Spencer was asked to front a local Tallahassee band called “The Redwood Band.”  He did that for a couple of years.  Then in October of 1999, Spencer and the guitarist decided to start their own band:  “Reckless.”  They signed with a booking agent and began playing all the time.  “Reckless” had a great following on the campus of FSU since they played at Potbellies every other Tuesday night.  They played a lot of parties for the Greek community.  They were very popular on campus and Tallahassee, and gained notoriety on other campuses as well.


During his senior year in college, Spencer transferred to Belmont University to finish up a bachelor’s degree in Marketing of Music Business.


Personally, as Spencer was pursuing his music career, he was courting his wife, Brandi.  They met when he was 13 and she was 12.  On August 7, 1997 they started dating.  Life was busy for Spencer as he was working full-time, going to school full-time, playing in a band part-time, and planning a move to Nashville to attend Belmont.  He was continuing to write music as well.  In 2001, Spencer and Brandi were married.  Today, they live just outside of Nashville with their two beautiful children.


Most of the gigs for “Reckless” are down in Florida, Alabama, Georgia or Mississippi, so Spencer was travels a lot.  Spencer explains, “The band has always been my baby and it became my sole source of income and still is.”“Reckless” has been playing the college, club, and corporate circuit for over 15 years.  “Reckless” is primarily a cover band, although they have recorded a few albums.  Spencer has plans to release a solo EP of 5 songs that he is currently recording.


Spencer Maige Songlist:

Ain’t Worth The Whiskey – Cole Swindell
Everything That Glitters – Dan Seals
Chicken Fried – Zac Brown Band
Fly Over States – Jason Aldean
Sweet Child Of Mine – Guns And Roses
You Shook Me All Night Long – AC/DC
Like A Cowboy – Randy Houser
The Truth – Jason Aldean
Sangria – Blake Shelton
The Fireman – George Strait
Whatever She’s Got – David Nail
Humble and Kind – Tim McGraw
Friends In Low Places – Garth Brooks
Seminole Wind – John Anderson
Foot Loose – Kenny Loggins
Rocky Top- The Osbourne Bros
The Ride – David Allan Coe
Record Year – Eric Church
Lord I Hope This Day Is Good – Merle Haggard
Wagon Wheel- Old Crow Medicine Show
Hicktown – Jason Aldean
Unwound – George Strait
Mercury Blues – Alan Jackson
Little Less Talk – Toby Keith
Crazy Girl – Eli Young Band
That Ain’t My Truck – Rhett Akins
Barefoot Bluejean Night – Jake Owen
Whole Lot Of Leaving – Dierks Bentley
Rockin’ Into The Night – 38 Special
More Than A Feeling – Boston
Separate Ways – Journey
Dixieland Delight – Alabama
Don’t Stop Believing – Journey
Hard Livin’ – Keith Whitley
Big Green Tractor – Jason Aldean
In Color – Jamie Johnson
Hard To Handle – Black Crows
The Gambler – Kenny Rogers
Thunderstruck – AC/DC
Sweet Home Alabama – Lynyrd Skynyrd
Nobody To Blame – Chris Stapleton
East Bound And Down – Jerry Reed
Gin And Juice – The Gourds
Pour Some Sugar On Me – Def Leppard
Life In The Fast Lane – The Eagles
Simple Man – Lynyrd Skynyrd
Dust On The Bottle – David Lee Murphy
Strawberry Wine – Deana Carter
Jolene – Dolly Parton
Seven Bridges Road – The Eagles
Land Down Under – Men At Work
Let Me Down Easy – Billy Currington
Last Dance With Mary Jane – Tom Petty
Talladega – Eric Church
Can’t You See – Marshal Tucker Band
Take Me Home Tonight – Eddie Money
Faithfully – Journey
Six Days On The Road – Sawyer Brown
Sunny And 75 – Joe Nichols
Wide Open Spaces – Dixie Chicks
Back Where I Come From – Kenny Chesney
Free – Zack Brown Band
Honey Bee – Blake Shelton
Jealous Again – Black Crows
Keep Your Hands To Yourself – Georgia Satellites
I Don’t Need Your Rockin’ Chair – George Jones
The Traveler – Chris Stapleton
Tennessee Whiskey – Chris Stapleton
Springsteen – Eric Church
Much Too Young – Garth Brooks
Fire Away – Chris Stapleton
She Loves Me Like Jesus Does – Eric Church
Queen Of My Doublewide – Sammy Kershaw
Swingin’ – John Anderson
Tuesday’s Gone – Lynyrd Skynyrd
The Dance – Garth Brooks
Sweet Annie – Zac Brown Band
Tequila Make Her Clothes Fall Off – Joe Nichols
When The Stars Go Blue – Ryan Adams/Tim Mcgraw
What Are You Listening To – Chris Stapleton
I Don’t Dance – Lee Brice
Die A Happy Man – Thomas Rhett
John Deere Green – Joe Diffie
Running Out Of Moonlight – Randy Houser
Tush – ZZ Top
Almost Home – Craig Morgan
Working Man Blues – Merle Haggard
Glory Days – Bruce Springsteen
Hold On Loosely – 38 Special
Family Tradition – Hank Jr.
Right Where I Need To Be – Gary Allan
Hard To Love – Lee Brice
Lay Down Sally – Eric Clapton
Copperhead Road – Steve Earl
Kiss Me In The Dark – Randy Rogers Band
Dinosaur – Hank Jr.
Buy Me A Boat – Chris Janson
Fishin’ In the Dark – Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
Crash And Burn – Thomas Rhett
When A Man Loves A Woman – Percy Sledge
Gimme 3 Steps – Lynyrd Skynyrd
Folsom Prison Blues – Johnny Cash
Redneck Crazy – Tyler Farr
You Never Even Call Me By My Name – David Allan Coe
Honk Tonk Women – Rolling Stones
When She Says Baby – Jason Aldean
Dead Or Alive – Bon Jovi
Leave The Night On – Sam Hunt
Don’t Want To Lose Your Love – The Outfield
Automatic – Miranda Lambert
Liza Jane – Vince Gill
Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off – Joe Nichols
Sweet Emotion – Aerosmith
Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye – Luke Bryan
Boots On – Randy Houser
Driving My Life Away – Eddie Rabbit
Take It Easy – The Eagles
Mama Tried – Merle Haggard
Wanted Dead Or Alive – Bon Jovi
Country Girl – Luke Bryan
Ramble On – Led Zeppelin
Free Falling – Tom Petty
You and Tequila – Kenny Chesney
Paradise – John Prine
Good Directions – Billy Currington
Choices – George Jones
Summer Of 69 – Bryan Adams

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