Margo Price Teams With Nashville’s Grimey’s Record Store And Local Restaurants For Album Release, Announces Livestream Show

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Margo Price plays Lockn’ Festival at Infinity Downs Farm in Arrington, Va., Aug. 27.

With so many industries in need during the pandemic, it can be hard to decide who to support. Margo Price has made the decision easy with the announcement of a Nashville music and meal delivery service dubbed “Winner Winner, Chicken Dinner” to celebrate the release of her new album. 

“That’s How Rumors Get Started,” marking Price’s third album and debut on Loma Vista Recordings, is due out July 10.  
Price has partnered with Grimey’s record store and Nashville restaurants Mas Tacos Por Favor, Babo Korean Bar, and Cafe Roze, offering fans the chance to order a special themed dish July 10  for either breakfast, lunch or dinner that will be delivered to your doorstep, contact-free, along with a copy of the new album on vinyl courtesy of Grimey’s.  
The menu features “Twinkle Twinkle Tacos” from Mac Tacos Por Favor for breakfast, “Hey Babe Bento Box” from Babo Korean Bar for lunch and “Winner Winner, Chicken Dinner” (named after a lyric from the album track “Twinkle Twinkle”) for dinner. Visit for more information and to place your order. 
For fans outside of Nashville, Price has teamed up with Sourced Craft Cocktails, a delivery service providing livable wages to out of work bartenders, to offer deliveries of a signature drink called “The Devil’s Backbone.” The drink is named after one of the musician’s favorite bars outside Wimberley, Texas, and features Milagro Tequila, fresh-squeezed lime and watermelon juice, homemade simple syrup, Hellfire Bitters and Topo Chico. Orders ship by the dozen through July 30th via

Winner Winner
– Winner Winner
Price is topping off Friday’s day of good eats with a full-band, audience-free performance at her local dive bar, Dee’s Country Cocktail Lounge in Madison, Tenn. The show, which is presented by Indigo, Spotify’s newest country music playlist, streams live at 7 p.m. CT. Tune in at The after party takes place on the latest episode of Price’s internet radio show, Runaway Horses. 
The 10-track That’s How Rumors Get Started was produced by Sturgill Simpson and co-produced by Price and David Ferguson. The bulk of the album was recorded over several days at Los Angeles’ EastWest Studios in December 2018, the same week Price received a Grammy nomination for Best New Artist. She had initially planned to release the album in May but it was pushed back because of COVID-19. 
The most recent headline Boxoffice report submitted to Pollstar for Price was a December 2018 show at the 9:30 Club in Washington, D.C., that sold 841 tickets and grossed $21,025. She also took part in “The Last Waltz” tour stop (along with Darius Rucker, Jamey Johnson, Lukas Nelson, Warren Haynes, Emmylou Harris and more) at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena on Nov. 23, 2019, which sold 5,173 tickets and grossed $483,887.