American Music Prize Winner Margo Price April 6 - St. Cecilia Music Center

American Music Prize Winner Margo Price April 6

Margo Price Launches April Concerts at SCMC

eightwest previews upcoming concerts at St. Cecilia Music Center starting with Margo Price on April 6, 2017.

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Local Spins says Margo Price has

“a vintage feel to her music – influenced by icons such as Emmylou Harris, Dolly Parton, Loretta Lynn and Bonnie Raitt…”

WKTV says

“Rarely has there been a more perfect title than Margo Price’s 2016 debut solo recording — “Midwest Farmer’s Daughter”

Women’s LifeStyle Magazine on Margo Price

“The 32-year-old’s alluring voice and soulful performance have been compared to that of country queens Loretta Lynn and Dolly Parton. Her debut album, “Midwest Farmers Daughter,” has garnered plenty of well-earned attention; last month, she was awarded the prestigious 2017 American Music Prize.”

Margo Price

7:30pm, Thursday, April 6, 2017 Tickets $20 and $25 (including fees)

SCMC’s Acoustic Café Folk concert series continues with rising star Margo Price and her band April 6 in Royce Auditorium.

After trying to “make it” in the Nashville music scene for years, Margo Price sold her car and pawned her wedding ring to record her debut album at the legendary Sun Studio. A year after the album’s release, her heartfelt record about life in the Midwest continues to win awards and accolades.

Margo Price
Here are just a few of the awards Margo Price has received for her debut album:

– Emerging Artist of the year by the American Music Association.
– 2017 American Music Prize.
– 2016’s Best Country Album by Nashville Scene.

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Margo Price released her debut album “Midwest Farmer’s Daughter” in March of 2016.

Since then the singer-songwriter has been busy collecting awards, selling out venues and performing on shows like Austin City Limits, Saturday Night Live and NPR.