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Preview: Margo Price @ 9:30 Club, 3/2/23

Preview: Margo Price @ 9:30 Club, 3/2/23

Margo Price (Photo by Alysse Gafkjen)

In addition to hitting the stage for her first nationwide, headline tour in nearly five years, Margo Price recently followed up the release of new album Strays with a brand new music video for “Radio” (Feat. Sharon Van Etten).

Catch Margo Price at 9:30 Club on Thursday, March 2! And read on for more news about her new music!

“Radio,” the new single, “begins with little more than a minimalist drum pattern before bursting into a sweeping, Springsteenish road anthem” (says Pitchfork), and from a hot pink house in Nashville, the video captures Price in the midst of technicolored catharsis as she drowns out the noise of critics and commenters who keep pushing her around, trying to change her face and sound.

Accompanied by the harmonies that co-writer Sharon Van Etten sends through the waves of 1970s-era TV screens, she finds herself perfectly confident and content being all alone, moving from red velvet bedspreads to an opulent array of mirrors, filling each room with nude dance solos and clouds of weed smoke.

Watch the official music video for “Radio” by Margo Price (featuring Sharon Van Etten) on YouTube:

Hailed as “a potent, genre-spanning opus” (NPR Music), “a winding, deeply felt, at times rollicking trip” (ELLE) and “the most comprehensive iteration of her continually evolving palette” (Rolling Stone), Strays sees Margo Price “strut through big-hearted indie country, honky-tonk stomp, and ’70s guitar-explosion psychedelia” (The New York Times). The album debuted No. 1 on Luminate’s Current Country and Americana/Folk sales charts in the USA, as well as No. 1 on both the UK’s Country and Americana charts, and No. 1 on the Americana Albums radio chart, while “Change of Heart” continues a 12-week reign atop the Americana Singles chart.

As Margo Price’s “strongest and most collaborative album yet” (The Daily Beast), Straysalso features production by Jonathan Wilson and appearances from Lucius, Mike Campbell and “Radio” guest Sharon Van Etten, who she has formed both a musical and motherly connection with since meeting at Newport Folk Fest several years ago. Margo “was one of the first moms I talked to, that I look up to,” Sharon Van Etten told The New York Times. “‘Radio’ is how we feel as moms trying to find our own space. But it can be anyone trying to have a moment, and that feeling of when you’re listening to a song, that’s all you can hear.”

Buy your tickets online now!

Margo Price
W/ Tre Burt
9:30 Club
Thursday, March 2
Doors @ 7pm
All ages


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