My KUTX: Margo Price

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Margo Price

My KUTX // July 4, 2020

On her 2017 album All American Made, Margo Price cast a critical eye on women’s substandard wages and the economically burdened heartland that she hails from, sounding like a modern heir to Loretta Lynn. Price releases her follow-up, That’s How Rumors Get Started, on July 10, which she co-produced with Sturgill Simpson. On “Twinkle Twinkle,” Price details her tough upbringing, sounding a little bit bewildered that her pain has led to a bigger stage.

With the new album on the way and a performance at this year’s virtual 4th of July Picnic with Willie and friends, we’re rebroadcasting Price’s 2018 guest DJ set, featuring an hour of her influences and favorites. Hear Margo Price’s My KUTX on Saturday, July 4 at 6 p.m. or at any time in the player above.

–Art Levy // producer, My KUTX


[intro music: Margo Price – “Twinkle Twinkle”]

1. Karen Dalton – “Something On Your Mind”

2. Elton John – “Honky Cat”

3. The Staple Singers – “Uncloudy Day”

4. Lucinda Williams – “Concrete And Barbed Wire”

5. Father John Misty – “Total Entertainment Forever”

6. Dolly Parton – “Shattered Image”

7. Sturgill Simpson – “Keep It Between The Lines”

8. Lilly Hiatt – “The Night David Bowie Died”

9. Willie Nelson – “Delete And Fast Forward”

10. Kacey Musgraves – “Good Ol’ Boys Club”

11. Tyler Childers – “Whitehouse Road”

12. Jessi Colter – “That’s The Way A Cowbody Rocks And Rolls”

13. Paul Cauthen – “Still Drivin’”

14. Ike & Tina Turner – “Proud Mary”


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