It’s Americana April here on Harmonics, and this week brings a conversation with one of Beth’s all-time favorite artists – Americana or otherwise – Nashville’s very own Margo Price.This past year may have temporarily pulled Margo off the never-ending road of touring, but that doesn’t mean the pace has slowed down – being a mother is a never-ending rush of another kind. She and Beth talk about this time spent at home, from spending time with her children and attempting to instill in them a respect for the earth and for people, to navigating the complexities of a songwriting relationship with her husband, singer-songwriter Jeremy Ivey.Margo also shares her feelings on becoming the first female artist on the board of Farm Aid (a full-circle, bittersweet moment after her family lost the farm when she was young,) the advice she’s gleaned from the greats like Willie Nelson and Emmylou Harris, working with longtime friend Sturgill Simpson as the producer on her latest album That’s How Rumors Get Started, and so much more.
Margo Price is a remarkable country singer/songwriter and producer based in Nashville whose timeless anthems and crystal clear tone send shivers up spines all over the world. In the last five years, she has put out three gorgeous albums, Midwest Farmer’s Daughter, All American Made, and That’s How Rumors Get Started. And most recently, she put out an absolutely devastating video in January for her song “Hey Child” and is planning to headline her first concert since 2019—a socially distanced show at The Caverns Above Ground Amphitheater in Tennessee—this May. On her riveting episode of BUST’s Poptarts podcast, Price talks candidly about her efforts to diversify country music, the painful story behind her new video, and about developing her own strain of weed for Willie Nelson.
Margo Price on how she fought through almost endless rejections to end up with a number one record and appearing on Saturday Night Live. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Clinton Reno (Gig Poster Artist for My Morning Jacket, Band of Horses, Margo Price)
Welcome to Roadcase, a podcast exploring the live music experience.On this special episode, Clinton Reno, renowned gig poster artist and creator of the Roadcase Podcast logo (!!) talks about his creation and design of superb poster art for acts such as My Morning Jacket, Arctic Monkeys, Band of Horses and Margo Price to name just a few. Clinton's work is gorgeous, fun, evocative and always combines unique coloration with a whimsical flair. We talk about Clinton's early obsession with comic books and sketching and how he got into the poster art business many years ago and how the business has changed over the years. Join us for this compelling look into the world of Clinton Reno where Art and Music collide!!For more information: http://www.roadcasepod.com or http://lnk.to/roadcaseTo support Roadcase on Patreon, please visit: http://www.patreon.com/roadcasepodContact: firstname.lastname@example.orgTheme music: "Eugene" (Instrumental) by WaltzerRoadcase is produced by Josh Rosenberg and Soothsayer MediaContact: email@example.com
This week we're happy to welcome Margo Price to Aquarium Drunkard Transmissions for a talk about the music industry, her creative partnership with husband Jeremy Ivey, her online radio show, forays into the cannabis business, and her latest rock and seventies pop inspired lp, That's How Rumors Get Started. Bold and strident, it's a record that finds her blurring genres, like many of her country heroes, people like John Prine, Waylon Jennings, and Willie Nelson. Plus, she fills us in on some of the details about an as of yet unreleased collaboration with the queen of outlaw country, Jessi Colter. We hope you enjoy this conversation. If you do, consider sharing it with a friend. And if you need more, you can check out the archives, which feature dozens of talks with artists like Nels Cline, Beverly Glenn-Copeland, Swamp Dogg, and many more. You can hear Aquarium Drunkard Transmissions wherever podcasts are found, and it’s always available for direct download here. If you want to take your support a step further, you can leave us a review, check out our Patreon page, and email us your thoughts about the show.
eTown with Margo Price, Swamp Dogg, & Interview Guest Roger Duncan
We’re excited to bring you this brand new eTown episode! Uber-talented performer Margo Price and Nick discuss her latest work, “That’s How Rumors Get Started,” an album of ten new, original songs due out soon (we’ll share some of those songs with you, too!). And Jerry Williams Jr., who performs under the name Swamp Dogg, is an American soul and R&B musician, singer-songwriter, and producer. Swamp Dogg, a psychedelic soul superhero, is often known as one of American music’s greatest cult figures of the 20th century. Plus, Nick interviews Roger Duncan, a decades long advocate for reducing our carbon footprint and co-author of a new book called ”The Future of Buildings, Transportation and Power.” All this, this week, in eTown.
New Mix: Margo Price, The Iceland Symphony Orchestra, Hand Habits, More
All Songs Considered
All Songs Considered host Bob Boilen shares his favorite new tunes and discoveries of the week, including a powerful song on addiction from Margo Price, a stirring violin concerto, and more surprises.1. Hand Habits: "4th of July," from dirt - EP2. Miss Grit: "Impostor," from Impostor - EP3. Margo Price: "Hey Child," from That's How Rumors Get Started4. Anna Fox Rochinski: "Cherry," from Cherry5. Anna B Savage: "Baby Grand," from A Common Turn6. Iceland Symphony Orchestra: "Violin Concerto by Daníel Bjarnason," from Occurrence
Nashville powerhouse Margo Price discusses the many gems on her new album That's How Rumors Get Started. Now on her third long-player, the multi-talented singer-songwriter reflects on the art of writing political songs and the challenges of being a working mother.
It's the debut of Out On That Line, a music podcast hosted by old friends and lifelong music nerds, Geoff & Alex. Join us as we take a deep dive into Kacey Musgraves' "Golden Hour" and Margo Price's "That's How Rumors Get Started". Also featuring our take on Coheed and Cambria's "Jessie's Girl 2", a sequel to the 80s hit featuring the man himself, Rick Springfield.Listen now, and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org@outonthatline on IG & Twitter