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Price stays on the road

Tuesday, December 13, 2016 – Margo Price confirmed today new 2017 tour dates in support of her debut LP "Midwest Farmer's Daughter," staring in Late February in Knoxville, Tenn. The tour concludes in early April in Minneapolis.

Tickets go on sale this Friday, Dec. 16 at 10 a.m. local time.

Tour dates are:
Feb. 23 - Bijou Theatre - Knoxville, TN
Feb. 24 - Lyric Theatre - Blacksburg, VA
Feb. 25 - The Southern - Charlottesville, VA
Feb. 26 - Civic Center Mountain Stage - Charleston, WV
Feb. 28 - The Grey Eagle - Asheville, NC
March 1 - Throne Theatre - Wilmington, NC
March 3 - Haw River Ballroom - Saxapahaw, NC
March 4 - Revelry Room - Chattanooga, TN
March 5 - WorkPlay - Birmingham, AL
March 24 - Emo's - Austin, TX
March 25 - The Kessler Theater - Dallas, TX
March 26 - ACM@UCO Performance Lab - Oklahoma City, OK
March 28 - 1884 Lounge @ Minglewood Hall - Memphis, TN
March 29 - Headlines Music Hall - Louisville, KY
April 2 - 20th Century Theater - Cincinnati, OH
April 4 - The Basement - Columbus, OH
April 5 - HiFi - Indianapolis, IN
April 7 - Thalia Hall - Chicago, IL
April 8 - First Avenue - Minneapolis (tickets go on sale at noon local time on Dec. 16)

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Weakness EP CD review - Weakness EP
Margo Price's surprise EP, "Weakness," is a pleasant surprise, indeed. It may be concise, but it's packed tightly with good stuff. The project's title cut is a bit confessional and finds Price admitting, "Sometimes my weakness is stronger than me." Price sings it like a down home cowgirl, over a toe-tapping beat. She follows this upbeat track with a moody piece called "Just Like Love," which is played in a minor key, and is a "Jolene"-esque meditation. »»»
Midwest Farmer's Daughter CD review - Midwest Farmer's Daughter
You don't hear much from singers like Margo Price any more. When she's singing of the farm in the leadoff "Hands of Time," she's not singing some type of stultifying, reverse bro country song. Nope, she's talking about losing the family farm, her father having to work second shift in a prison and buying back the farm. To say that Price is an anomaly would be a profound understatement. Fortunate to have friends in high places (that would be one Jack White, owner of »»»
Editorial: Walking the talk – When names like Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Waylon and the Hag are invoked, you're talking hard core country. These are the touchstones of country , the guys who made country music what it was and still is (or maybe can be). When these folks would sing about being down-and-out and the rough-and-tumble, they knew of what they were singing about. Fast forward a few years to the country singers of today. »»»
Concert Review: The Killer lives on with Low Cut Connie – Jerry Lee Lewis isn't exactly out and about hitting the clubs these days. But if he was searching for someone who was carrying on his torch, he would do well to check out Adam Weiner, the force behind Low Cut Connie. The Philly band was highly entertaining with Weiner a true force of nature. Think Lewis merged with Springsteen (although The Boss is The Boss).... »»»
Concert Review: White sounds a lot better than he feels – John Paul White admitted to feeling a little uncomfortable with his current solo acoustic tour. However, with just two guitars and a microphone, White sounded a whole lot better than he likely felt. Although White sang a few songs from his 2016 "Beulah" album, including "The Once and Future Queen" and "Hate the Way You Love... »»»
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