Friday, February 2, 2018

Margo Price At Emo's

Back by popular demand, country star Margo Price stopped by Emo's in Austin, Texas on January 30, 2018, to entertain her growing fan-base.  Margo has said Austin is one of her favorite places to perform, which is evident from her multiple visits since her debut album dropped in 2016.

Margo has been busy making a name for herself in the music world since the release of Midwest Farmer's Daughter.  The singer-songwriter released her critically acclaimed second album in 2017. All American Made was named the #1 country album in 2017 by Rolling Stone Magazine, ahead of Chris Stapleton and Jason Isbell's Grammy winning releases.

Margo Price is backed by a six-piece band which includes lead guitarist Jamie Davis, bassist Kevin Black, pedal steel guitarist Luke Schneider, drummer Dillon Napier, harmonica player/guitarist Jeremy Ivey and keyboardist Micah Hulscher.


Don't Say It
Do Right By Me
Hurtin' (on the Bottle) - including parts of "I Think I'll Just Stay Here" and "Whiskey River"
Since You Put Me Down
Heart of America
New Cut Road  -Guy Clark cover
This Town Gets Around
Cocaine Cowboys
All American Made
Nowhere Fast
Most Likely You Go Your Way (and I'll Go Mine) -Bob Dylan cover
A Little Pain
Paper Cowboy

Four Years of Chances
You're The Reason Our Kids Are Ugly (performed with Paul Cauthen)
          Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn cover

Paul Cauthen

Opening for Margo Price with a 50 minute set was Texas singer-songwriter Paul Cauthen.  Cauthen's debut album My Gospel was released in Oct 2016.

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