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New Jersey 2018 [no label, 1CD]

XPoNential Music Festival. River Stage, Wiggins Park, Camden, New Jersey; July 28, 2018. Very good audio (ripped from HDTV webcast).

Thanks to indykid for sharing the HDTV webcast at Dime.

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If you couldn’t tell by the band’s getup, Margo Price and company were the country act of the 2018 XPoNential Music Festival. Well, in Wiggins Park at least… But from Price’s own two tone denim jumper and sunkissed blonde hair to her bandmate’s Neil Young & Crazy Horse T-shirt, and more denim on stage than there was in the crowd, it was apparent from the moment the band stepped on stage that the River Stage fans were in for an early-evening Country affair.

Throughout the set, Price performed from every square inch of the stage, and used just about every instrument on it, too. She switched from acoustic to electric guitar and back, hit the tambourine, and even delivered lively fills on the drums on both “Four Years of Chances” and “Casey Jones.”

Price looked at home on the drum kit, delivering the catchy “Casey Jones” chorus and increasing the tempo with each passing phrase to end the song in a dizzying frenzy. The band’s other exciting jams came in the form of “Paper Cowboy” and “Four Years of Chances,” where on the latter song Price originally transitioned to the drum kit, addicting to the swirling rowdy outro.

Countrified covers were sprinkled throughout the Nashville band’s set, including “Mary Jane’s Last Dance” by Tom Petty and ending with an extended jam to the tune of Creedence Clearwater Revival’s “Proud Mary.” The call and response chorus rallied the concert-goers one last time as the sun began to set on the River Stage. With the light at their backs, it became harder to make out the band members on stage but added a beautiful glow to the band’s already radiant stage presence.

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Track 01. Don’t Say It 3:31
Track 02. Leftovers 4:00
Track 03. All American Made 4:49
Track 04. Mary Jane’s Last Dance (Tom Petty cover) 4:38
Track 05. A Little Pain 3:03
Track 06. Four Years Of Chances 7:54
Track 07. Casey Jones (Grateful Dead cover) 5:12
Track 08. Hands Of Time 5:55
Track 09. Tennessee Song 5:22
Track 10. Do Right By Me 4:22
Track 11. Paper Cowboy/Proud Mary (Creedence Clearwater Revival cover) 13:06
62 mins

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  1. 19 Responses to “MARGO PRICE - NEW JERSEY 2018”

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    By ELU on Nov 22, 2021

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    By Anne on Nov 22, 2021

  4. Anne is your typical modern day Mudshark slut who would have been forced to watch her Mandingo black ape tar and feathered, before being hung by his skinny neck in the woods to a high tree limb. Then she would have gotten forty lashes , before being run out of town on a rail in disgrace by the KKK. Justice was swift in the old days . Anything goes today . Pretty soon you’ll be able to marry your horse .

    By HHH on Nov 22, 2021

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    By U L E on Nov 22, 2021

  6. Who is this old boiler? Never heard of her. Another bleating wailing yankee white trash trailer park ho’

    HHH we assumed you lot had always married your horses

    Still back to what passes for music over in the Devil’s Own Cuntry . . .

    By Union Jake Shake on Nov 22, 2021

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    By Jennifer on Nov 22, 2021

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    By Dic k Bagg on Nov 22, 2021

  13. For anyone who cares about music around here, this set makes a good introduction to a rising “country” star. “Country” in quotes because what Margo Price does, akin to Sturgill Simpson, is make the case that country singers today are the heirs of the straightahead rock and roll of the good old days… the days when a bands with drummers wouldn’t have been booked at the Grand Ole Opry.

    She’s a country singer because she has a bit of the country “burr” in her voice and the bleached blond mop of an 80’s country idol, but when you consider whom she chooses to cover (Tom Petty, CCR, the Grateful Dead) that tells you where music’s heart beats.

    So, if you are looking for someone who could easily have headed a rock band in the early seventies, and don’t want to listen to yet-one-more-runthrough-of-the-old-songs from someone who did head a rock band in the seventies… give this a try.

    By Frederick Miller on Nov 22, 2021

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    It’s easier in a dress. See you at Sissyboy’s tonight sweetie!

    By HHH on Nov 23, 2021

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    By Heartlands Patriot on Nov 23, 2021

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    By U L E on Nov 24, 2021

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