Margo Price Kicks Off Brooklyn Bowl Livestream with 17-Songs

Country rock queen Margo Price gave her fans something to hold on to as she kicked off the first (out of two) of her livestream events at the Brooklyn Bowl in her hometown of Nashville.
“It feels really good to sing – even if it’s just for 10 people,” Price said to her production crew. She began her set with "Twinkle Twinkle" off her newest album That's How Rumors Get Started. She played plenty of other tracks off the record including "Letting Me Down," which was performed live for only the third time. Speaking of the song, she recently released a "downer" version of the track, which you can listen to below.

The rest of the setlist included select licks off of her other two albums like "All American Made," "Nowhere Fast," and "Tennessee Song." She also worked in three lovely covers, including "After the Gold Rush" by Neil Young and "Things Have Changed" by Bob Dylan.
Price concluded the set after a whopping 17 songs with "A Little Pain" followed by an important message -
“Wear your masks, be safe, love one another."
Check out the full setlist below:
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Price returns tonight for another livestream, this time with special guest Lucinda Williams - don't miss it!

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