Rising country artist Margo Price put her own spin on a Loretta Lynn classic during a performance in Nashville this week.
2016 has been a huge year for new female artists in country who have spent years working toward breaking into the genre. Much like her counterparts Maren Morris and Cam, Margo Price has been tirelessly writing and performing in Nashville.
Thanks to the support of Jack White’s Third Man Records, her powerful and confident brand of country music has spread from the bars of East Nashville to the playlists of thousands across the globe.
Earlier this week, Price returned to her adopted hometown of Nashville to perform two straight sold-out shows at 3rd and Lindsley. She kicked off her performance with a rousing cover of Loretta Lynn’s controversial track “Rated X” that had the crowd on its feet.
Much like Lynn, Price isn’t afraid to confront taboo subjects, from excessive drinking to serving a weekend sentence in the local jail. After a whirlwind weekend of performances and events during this year’s CMA Fest, she still had plenty of energy left to give during her memorable set.
You can catch Margo Price performing across the country on her Born to Ramble tour, which stretches into the end of the year.