Margo Price- Photo Credit Danielle Holbert

Margo Price Plays The Lexington 8th Nov Acclaimed Album ‘All American Made’ Out Now

Margo Price- Photo Credit Danielle Holbert
Margo Price- Photo Credit Danielle Holbert

With her critically acclaimed new album ‘All American Made’ released recently, Margo Price has announced a very special show at The Lexington on the 8th November.

Following up her critically-lauded 2016 debut ‘Midwest Farmer’s Daughter’, – an album that took her from country underdog to breakout star – ‘All American Made’ explores long nights and hard days, wild women and cocaine cowboys, politics and sexism, with plainspoken poetry and cutting insight.

Having played phenomenal 5* shows at The Borderline, The Social and Islington Assembly Hall on the last campaign, Margo plays The Lexington November 8th with tickets on-sale on Tuesday 31st October from here and in 2018 plays the following dates as part of Country to Country, with tickets available here.

March 2018:

Fri 9th Glasgow, SSE Hydro
Sat 10th Dublin, 3 Arena
Sun 11th London, O2 Arena

‘All American Made’ saw Margo and her hard-touring band – Kevin Black (bass), Jamie Davis (electric guitar), Micah Hulscher (piano), Jeremy Ivey (acoustic guitar/bass/harmonica), Dillon Napier (drums), and Luke Schneider (pedal steel) – returning to Memphis to work at Sam Phillips Recording, just down the street from the original Sun Studios where she cut her debut.  Once again, Grammy-winner Matt Ross-Spang and Alex Munoz helmed the sessions, co-producing with Price and Ivey.

Since the release of her debut record Margo has performed on SNL, Fallon, Colbert, Seth Meyers, Conan, Charlie Rose, CBS This Morning, Austin City Limits, and Jools Holland, collaborated with some of her heroes including Jack White, Willie Nelson, Loretta Lynn, and Kris Kristofferson. 2016 also seen her pickup the Americana Music Association’s coveted ‘Emerging Artist’ Award, with her nominated for the ‘Artist of The Year’ award at this year’s ceremony.

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