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Where Does Margo Price Get Off?
Willie, Billy, Loretta, and Nashville’s crossover queen
DAILY Music  January 25, 2018, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Like Austin, Nashville cohabitates liberal and conservative bedfellows culturally, politically, musically. Illinois-born Margo Price, 34, who dropped out of college and moved to Music City when she was 20, embodies all the progressive literacy of country outlaw greats on two Third Man Records releases..."

ACL Review: Margo Price
Nashville’s proper inheritor to Loretta Lynn
DAILY Music  October 3, 2016, by Doug Freeman
"...Last month, Margo Price earned Emerging Artist of the Year at the Americana Music Awards, and her Sunday afternoon ACL set encored. Price is a fixture on the East Nashville scene, but behind this year’s solo debut, Midwest Farmer’s Daughter, the 33-year-old Illinois native joined the top ranks of the new breed of songwriters taking back country music...."

Country Sensation Margo Price Gets Real
Nashville queen reigns over ACL's second weekend
Music Story  October 6, 2016, by Tim Stegall
"...Solo debut for country renegade Margo Price after years of trying to succeed with various rock acts in Nashville, where she moved at 20 from Illinois, Midwest Farmer's Daughter deserves all the success and praise it's reaping. Recorded at Memphis' historic Sun Studio on a budget of a pawned wedding ring and a sold family car – and turned down by every label on Music Row until Jack White's curiosity landed it on his Third Man Records – the disc's hard-luck tunes are authentically autobiographical and steeped in country tradition without sounding revivalist...."

ACL Review: Margo Price
Nashville’s proper inheritor to Loretta Lynn
Music Story  October 6, 2016, by Doug Freeman


SXSW Music: Willie Nelson's Luck Reunion & Welcome Dinner
PHOTO GALLERY  March 16, 2018
"...Lukas Nelson, Micah Nelson, Nathaniel Rateliff, and Margo Price..."

Recommended ACL Records to Get You Psyched for the Fest
The best CPR (concert psychin' rock) to get in the fest mindset
DAILY Music  September 30, 2016, by The Music Staff
"...Opener “Hello Miss Lonesome” chugs like Marty Robbins on a western trail to the Sixties power-pop of “After All,” and Southern gothic “Dark Child” bends an eerily low tenor against a haunting, soaring cover of “I’m Lost Without You.” “Lonely Side of Her” and “Silent Passage” tremble high lonesome alongside the stunning take on traditional “When I Was a Young Girl.” Americana may find its best representation in the Kiwi’s broad reach and inclusive interpretation. (Sunday, 2:15pm, Tito’s Handmade Vodka stage) – Doug Freeman Margo Price Midwest Farmer’s Daughter (Third Man)..."

SXSW Music 2017: Thursday
PHOTO GALLERY  March 17, 2017
"...Margo Price..."

Drank the Lemonade
As album sales give way to streaming services, how much longer will we be able to purchase music?
Music Story  December 29, 2016, by Raoul Hernandez
"...What other infidel slayer could usurp the entire hip-hop kingdom (Danny Brown, Childish Gambino, Anderson Paak, Solange, Vince Staples, even sovereign-turned-jester Kanye West)? Although country's revival proved itself at ACL Fest 2016 in the run of Margo Price, Kacey Musgraves, Chris Stapleton, and the original outlaw himself, Willie Nelson, the heyday of Highwaymen and Loretta Lynns still sits at the starting gate in terms contemporary masterpieces and crossover influence. And what about this new trend, walk-off albums?..."

Top 10 National Albums of 2016
Our favorite picks from across the country
Music Story  December 29, 2016, by Neph Basedow, Jim Caligiuri, Doug Freeman, Abby Johnston, Kahron Spearman, Tim Stegall, Michael Toland and Jay Trachtenberg
"...3) Margo Price, Midwest Farmer's Daughter (Third Man)..."

Paul Cauthen’s Deep Country Gospel
Former Sons of Fathers frontman’s solo debut deals out one of the best country albums of the year
Music Story  November 23, 2016, by Doug Freeman
"...Yet the album isn't simply a throwback homage. Cauthen's songwriting puts him on par with the rising Americana tide surging against popular country music in Nashville behind artists like Chris Stapleton, Jason Isbell, and Margo Price...."

Playback: ACL Fest Part II
ACL Fest isn't a pair of weekend-long sit-ins, it's one two-week-long campaign
Music Column  October 13, 2016, by Kevin Curtin
"...Margo Price had an epic Sunday last weekend in Austin. Recent recipient of the Americana Music Awards' Emerging Artist of the Year, she performed a second time at ACL Fest, then joined Willie Nelson during his finale, before heading to the Continental Club where she sang with Heybale...."

Playback – ACL Fest: Dad Rock Is Dead
Wrapping weekend one of ACL Fest on the eve of the second iteration
Music Column  October 6, 2016, by Kevin Curtin
"...Her indie counterpart, Third Man Records signee Margo Price, planted her "next great country songstress" flag shortly after, wowing the audience with voice, charisma, and lyricism. She also racked up Austin cred points by covering Billy Joe Shaver and Doug Sahm..."

ACL 2016: Sunday, First Weekend
PHOTO GALLERY  October 3, 2016
"...Margo Price..."

God, Guns & Guitars: Willie’s Picnic
Midwest farmer’s daughters, dirt road anthems, and a whiskey river
DAILY Music  July 5, 2016, by Bryan Rolli
"...When we did finally make it through the gates around 3:45pm, Margo Price’s pristine vocals floated across the festival grounds from the Pavilion stage. The Nashville country upstart and Third Man Records signee had the unenviable task of rousing a crowd that had shown up at 11am from its afternoon slump..."

Rocket Science
On the surface, Rocket Science is yet another quirky high school movie, but its story of a stutterer who's enticed into joining the debate team is special in its own way.
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Film Review  August 24, 2007, by Toddy Burton
"...Starring: Reece Thompson, Anna Kendrick, Nicholas D'Agosto, Vincent Piazza, Margo Martindale, Aaron Yoo, Josh Kay, Steve Park, Maury Ginsberg and Denis O'Hare. There is one absolutely inspired scene in Rocket Science, and for this scene alone, it’s pretty much worth the price of admission..."

SXSW Music Review: Willie Nelson’s Luck Reunion
Outside the Downtown fray the Americana fest didn't disappoint
DAILY SXSW  March 16, 2018, by Doug Freeman
"...Although the Luck Reunion remains a full Nelson Family Band event, with scions Micah Nelson and Lukas Nelson getting mainstage turns and Willie’s headlining set providing the perennial close, the fest has noticeably marked the ascendancy of the latter sibling as torchbearer of the Family ethos. Case in point was his band Promise of the Real’s exceptional set that brought out this year’s special guest and chapel headliner Margo Price for “Find Yourself.” Nelson then stayed onstage for several songs supporting Kurt Vile’s mellow psychedelic jams...."

SXSW Music: Luck Reunion
Anything can happen in Willie World!
DAILY SXSW  March 17, 2017, by Doug Freeman
"...Valerie June, who stunned the chapel as an unknown songwriter in 2013, took the main stage to offer “Astral Plane” prayers and cosmic hillbilly blues from new LP The Order of Time, including a mesmerizing a cappella “Uncloudy Day” as tears lined her cheeks. Followed by new country queen Margo Price, the two made a powerful pairing..."

Sunny Sweeney
Trophy (Thirty Tigers)
Music Story  March 16, 2017, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Best ACL Fest scheduling outside of the Cure and Depeche Mode on consecutive nights in 2013 occurred last October, when Kacey Musgraves stair-stepped into Margo Price early one Sunday. Nashville queens, the first one trad Texan and the latter "indie" Illinois, their yin-yang repped womanhood in contemporary country like the original rise of Loretta Lynn and Tammy Wynette..."

Margo Price
Midwest Farmer's Daughter (Third Man)
Music Story  September 29, 2016, by Bryan Rolli
"...Three minutes into her debut album, Margo Price plunges listeners to the depths of her misery: Dad lost the farm, she can't catch a break in Nashville, she lost her firstborn child, and no amount of booze can quell the anguish. The Third Man Records upstart turns this misfortune into motivation on Midwest Farmer's Daughter, hellbent on making a name for herself and buying back that farm..."

Playback: The Greyhounds Hoof It
Groove-mongering R&B duo the Greyhounds get mule-headed, S.S. Hangover floats Laguna Gloria, and the Austin Music Commission overlooks music hub
Music Column  April 12, 2018, by Kevin Curtin
"...Cheyenne Valley Drive, the Greyhounds' sixth studio album – arriving Friday with a get-down at the Continental Club – emerged from another studio: Sam Phillips Recording. That legendary Memphis cutting room, the detail-oriented second child of the Sun Records mojo man, has rolled tape on Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison, Bob Dylan, and, more recently, Margo Price and Jason Isbell..."

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