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Price keeps going Nowhere Fast

Monday, January 29, 2018 – Margo Price has extended her 'Nowhere Fast Tour' this spring, adding 13 dates in support of her new album 'All American Made' (Third Man Records).

The tour continues what has been a historic 12-month run for Price, who recently confirmed three headline shows at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium (two of which have already sold out), and a spot at NYC's Governors Ball Festival in June. In addition to the Ryman dates, nine of Price's shows have also sold out in advance - reviewing a recent festival appearance, Rolling Stone wrote that "No one's singing came close to matching that of Margo Price."

Blackfoot Gypsies and Aaron Lee Tasjan will be joining for
April support.

>Tickets are on sale through artist pre-sale on Tuesday Jan. 30 at 9 a.m. eastern.
* Spotify pre-sale: Tuesday Jan. 30 at 10 a.m. local time through Thursday 2/1 at 10 p.m. local time
* Venue Pre-sales: Thursday, Feb. 1 at 10 a.m. local

* Public on sale: Friday, Feb. 2 at 10 a.m. local

Tour dates are:
Jan. 30 - Emo's - Austin, TX *
Jan. 31 - The Heights Theater - Houston, TX *
Feb. 1 - Manship Theatre - Baton Rouge, LA *
Feb. 4-11 - Cayamo Cruise - New Orleans, LA
Feb. 2 - The Orpheum Theater - New Orleans (w/ John Prine)
Feb. 18 - The Crescent Ballroom - Phoenix, AZ ^
Feb. 20 - Fox Theatre - Boulder, CO ^
Feb. 21 - Bluebird Theater - Denver, CO $ SOLD OUT
Feb. 23 - The State Room - Salt Lake City, UT $ SOLD OUT
Feb. 24 - The Olympic - Boise, ID $
Feb. 25 - Neptune - Seattle, WA $
Feb. 26 - Revolution Hall - Portland, OR $ SOLD OUT
Feb. 28 - The Independent - San Francisco, CA $ SOLD OUT
March 1 - The Fonda Theatre - Los Angeles, CA $
March 2 - Belly Up - Solana Beach, CA $ SOLD OUT
March 3 - Pappy & Harriet's - Pioneertown, CA $ SOLD OUT
March 9 - C2C Country 2 Country - Glasgow, UK
March 10 - C2C Country 2 Country - Dublin, Ireland
March 11 - C2C Country 2 Country - London, UK
April 11 - The Vogue - Indianapolis, IN #
April 12-13 - Thalia Hall - Chicago, IL #
April 14 - First Avenue - Minneapolis, MN #
April 15 - Turner Hall Ballroom - Milwaukee, WI #
April 17 - El Club - Detroit, MI #
April 18 - Horseshoe Tavern - Toronto, ON #
April 20 - Del Lago Resort & Casino - Waterloo, NY
April 21 - Wolf Den at Mohegan Sun - Uncasville, CT
April 22 - Higher Ground Ballroom - South Burlington, VT !
April 24 - Port City Music Hall - Portland, ME !
April 25 - Paradise Rock Club - Boston, MA !
April 27 - Club AE - Pittsburgh, PA
April 28 - Jefferson Theater - Charlottesville, VA
May 19-21 - Ryman Auditorium - Nashville, TN SOLD OUT
June 3 - Governors Ball Music Festival - New York, NY
June 14 - Blue Ox Music Festival - Eau Claire, WI
July 13 - Forecastle Festival - Louisville, KY
July 14 - Sloss Music & Arts Festival - Birmingham, AL

* Paul Cauthen
^ Particle Kid
$ Blank Range
# Blackfoot Gypsies
! Aaron Lee Tasjan

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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: Stuart turns up the honky tonk – Late in the afternoon before heading up to Penn's Peak, news broke that the venue was nominated by The Academy of Country Music as one of the top five small venues for 2018. This foreshadowed a special vibe for Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives on this night, playing for about 1,000 fans. The band, together now for 16 years, bedecked in... »»»
Concert Review: Trampled by Turtles overcome sad songs – There's light in the darkness of Trampled by Turtles. The latter is in the subject matter of the songs - there's a lot of doom and gloom in these relationships. There doesn't seem to be a lot of happy moments. As if to underscore that, the stage was often saturated in dark hues. So, where's the light? Well, despite the cup... »»»
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