Margo Price is off to a hot start here in 2018. The Americana singer and guitar player released her sophomore album through Jack White’s Third Man Records in October of last year, and she’s been on the road ever since with a headlining tour scheduled to continue well into the spring months. Price brought her wonderful Nashville style to Conan’s Los Angeles television studios on Wednesday night, where she performed a pair of tunes from All American Made with “Pay Gap” and “Do Right By Me.”
The video performance of the latter tune was shared exclusively to Team Conan’s YouTube channel, and can be watched below.
Since emerging out of the East Nashville music scene in 2016, the journeywoman singer-songwriter has helped in leading the wave of artists and fans into a new world where mainstream culture embraces change brought forth by women. The “Inclusion Rider” sticker slapped onto the front of her guitar used in the performances of both songs last night acted as a subtle nod to Frances McDormand’s Oscar speech, and made sure that the “Time’s Up” message was showcases front and center for America to see to go with her music just in time for "International Women's Day" on Thursday.
As Rolling Stone points out, Price's wildly awesome rock and roll outfit was created for the television appearance by the female-run western edge brand, Rusty Cuts. She also invited the ladies from Las Mariachi Lindas Mexicanas to join her on stage for her performance of “Pay Gap,” seen above.
Price’s North American spring tour picks up steam again starting in mid-April with a few shows alongside fellow Nashville guitarist Aaron Lee Tagan, followed by a run of festival appearances scheduled for summer, including the second annual Arroyo Seco Weekend in late June. Tickets to select shows on her spring tour are on sale now, and can be purchased by clicking here.