During her three-night stint at the Ryman, Price was also joined onstage by Sturgill Simpson.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
Margo Price and Jack White perform The White Stripes’ “Honey We Can’t Afford to Look This Cheap” in Nashville: Watch
In support of Prine’s new album, The Tree of Forgiveness.
Eight new dates scheduled for September.
The new Denver-based event also promises St. Vincent, Phoenix, Sturgill Simpson, Miguel, De La Soul, The War on Drugs, Mavis Staples, and more.
The touring festival will hit nine cities from late May through early July with a rotating lineup.
The Weeknd, Future, Dave Matthews Band, Sturgill Simpson, Phoenix, and The War on Drugs are among the many other acts set to appear at the Canadian festival.
Plus: Sturgill Simpson, Bryan Adams, The War on Drugs, Courtney Barnett, Rae Sreummurd, Brockhampton, Chromeo, Ghostface Killah, Noname, and more.
They teamed up for “Midnight Train to Memphis” and “Hard Livin'” from Stapelton’s latest album, From A Room: Vol. 2.
Lionel Richie, Sturgill Simpson, Sheryl Crow, Cage the Elephant, Aerosmith, Aretha Franklin, Jimmy Buffett, and Jack Johnson are among the many other acts confirmed to play.
Mountain Jam reveals 2018 lineup: alt-J, The War on Drugs, Father John Misty, The Decemberists, and more
Sturgill Simpson, Portgual. the Man, Jenny Lewis, George Clinton & The Parliament Funkadelic, Kurt Vile & The Violators, Woods are also set to appear at the New York festival.
All while his Grammy Award for Best Country Album sat in his guitar case.
Plus, GNR add new dates for October and November.