Margo Price Going Somewhere
Margo Price is following up a year spent touring with the likes of Chris Stapleton, John Prine and Jamey Johnson with her own headline outing.
The country singer/songwriter has lined up U.S. dates for the “Nowhere Fast Tour” in support of her upcoming full-length album, All American Made. Recorded at Memphis’ Sam Phillips Recording, the LP is due out Oct. 20 on Third Man Records.
John Davisson – Margo Price
Margo Price plays Lockn’ Festival at Infinity Downs Farm in Arrington, Va., Aug. 27.
“I’m so excited to share what the band and I have been working on this past year. … These songs (written both by myself and with my husband) were born while traveling America – between the highways and hotel rooms, in the crowded airports and all-night diners and occasionally, on the green grass of our Tennessee home,” Price wrote on Facebook.
Price’s husband, Jeremy Ivey, plays harmonica and guitar in her band. The group also features Jamie Davis on lead guitar, Kevin Black on bass, Luke Schneider on pedal steel and dobro, Dillon Napier on drums, and Micah Hulscher on keys. Prior to launching her solo career, Price and Ivey formed the band Buffalo Clover.
Margo takes the stage next at Farm Aid in Burgettstown, Pa., Sept. 16. After playing a few other festivals, she has several dates booked with Stapleton in early October. Price will also play two nights with Tim McGraw and Faith Hill late next month.
The Nowhere Fast Tour kicks off Jan. 20 in Louisville, Ky., at Headliners Music Hall. Cities on the schedule include St. Louis, Dallas, Phoenix, Denver, Seattle and Los Angeles. Click over to Margo Price’s artist page to see the full routing.
Tickets are available now. Pre-orders for the album are ongoing with instant downloads of the tracks “A Little Pain” and “Weakness.”