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Margo Price

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Margo Price

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61st Annual GRAMMY Awards

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Best New Artist

All American Made

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"Sometimes you find your strongest faith in the darkest corners." — Margo Price

Born April 15, 1983, in Aledo, Ill., country singer/songwriter Margo Price dropped out of studying performing arts in college to head to Nashville. She first formed the band Buffalo Clover and later Margo & The Pricetags with a changing lineup that sometimes included Sturgill Simpson. While playing showcases, she self-financed her 2016 debut solo album Midwest Farmer's Daughter, which came out on Third Man Records because she had made a fan of Jack White. Her sophomore follow-up in 2017, All American Made, includes guest vocals from Willie Nelson on its track "Learning How To Lose." Both albums made it onto the Billboard 200.

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Nominations

Best New Artist

All American Made

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