Margo Price’s Strays II is the most significant swing she’s taken yet at expanding her sound as she strays from the country playbook more than ever.
Bruce Robison gathered several Americana-style country’s best-regarded performers to pay homage to Willie Nelson on the eve of his 90th birthday.
Strays shows Margo Price’s willingness to try new things and seek new ways of experiencing the world, and her strong talents as a musician and a human being.
Park City Song Summit is a cross between a mountain retreat for music fans and a SXSW-style event with insightful talks followed by live performances at night.
Molly Tuttle brings in high-powered guests for Crooked Tree, a wide-ranging collection of excellent bluegrass and folk songs, but she’s the star of the show.
In 2020, Americana artists empathetically dealt with the things that bind us together and keep us apart. The albums on this list encourage hope for the future based on a belief in the human spirit.
Margo Price was marketed as country rock because of her rural roots. But she was always more rock than country, as one can hear on That's How Rumors Get Started.
"Twinkle Twinkle" sounds like the kind of song you blast on your drive through the Mojave – fuzzy guitars playing edgy psychedelia against Margo Price at her most devil-may-care.
Outlaw Music Festival shows that America's musicians remain one our nation's best cultural weapons against the ever cunning forces of avarice and tyranny.
Last month, Margo Price played Lincoln Center's AmericanaFest with Lukas Nelson. While Americanafest was underway in Nashville, she released a new song on Amazon.