Margo And The Pricetags, Laney Jones & Lively Spirits, Hannah Harber, Due South @ Will's Pub

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Margo And The Pricetags, Laney Jones & Lively Spirits, Hannah Harber, Due South @ Will's Pub

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Tuesday, March 10 at Will's Pub Margo and the Pricetags with guests Laney Jones and the Lively Spirits Hannah Harber Due South doors at 8 pm / 18+ / $6-8 tickets: or at Park Ave CDs - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - About Margo and the Pricetags: When you meet someone for the first time, they either seem familiar or alien to you. When you hear a song for the first time, it’s the same way, it’s like meeting someone. The kind of songs that Margo Price sings are both. Familiar and alien. Sure it’s country, but it also has shades of all her many other influences. Her sound is as much Karen Dalton as it is Loretta Lynn, as much Neil Young as Waylon Jennings. For a few years Margo has been the leader of the psych rock/ soul band Buffalo Clover, but this is an animal all it’s own. This solo project has an earthier, down home, shit-kickin feel. Boasting a rotating cast of Nashville’s finest, including Kenny Vaughn, Pete Finney, Sturgill Simpson, Kevin Black, Ian Craft and many more, you can never expect the same thing twice. "A vintage-adorned mainstay of the East Nashville scene, Margo Price had been trucking along as the frontwoman of local rock outfit Buffalo Clover until things got stale. So she reconnected with her latent country roots — her great-uncle was a songwriter for the likes of Conway Twitty — picked up the acoustic guitar and dove into deeply personal and painstakingly crafted tunes, evoking the weeping willow vibe of Hank Sr. but pairing it with the realities of modern life. "I killed the angel on the shoulder with a handle of tequila," she sings in "Since You Put Me Down," her voice hitting haunting high notes with weariness and reverence." - Rolling Stone

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