The Queen of Heartbreak, Margo Price, celebrates her album “Midwest Farmer’s Daughter” by playing an intimate, acoustic session from the House of George Stroumboulopoulos. She performed several songs from the album as well as sharing childhood memories and stories behind the songs. Listen to the full conversation.
She even did her rendition of Bob Dylan’s “Wildflowers”…watch the cover here:
The Strombo Show is the home of the best records played in the best order, from the 1-2-3-4 to the 808’s and beyond. For over two decades, George Stroumboulopoulos has been working on behalf of you to find and champion the songs that’ll get you through the night.
Interviews, intimate sessions and out-of-its-mind full blown house concerts. The Strombo Show reflects the beautiful and the badass of Canada’s diverse cultural landscape. There are no boundaries, with the gamut running from Aretha Franklin to Slayer and everything in between.
Price took home the Americana Music Association’s award for “Emerging Artist of the Year” back in September. The country community has been drawn to her songwriting and rugged vocals, as well as her straightforward approach. She has even been compared to the likes of Loretta Lynn, Dolly Parton and Emmylou Harris.
Her work is a reflection of the hardships she’s endured growing up in Buffalo Prairie, Ill., before moving to Nashville several years ago with her husband, frequent songwriting collaborator and band mate, Jeremy Ivey.
Written by Katrina Branson