Margo Price, Jim Lauderdale & Others Join The Pricetags In Nashville

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Last night, The Pricetags continued a weekly Monday residency at Nashville’s Dee’s Country Cocktail Lounge during which they were joined by Margo Price, Jim Lauderdale, Jeremy Ivey and others. The Pricetags are Price’s regular backing band and Ivey often performs with the group.

Price, who resides in Nashville with her husband Ivey, took the stage at her “favorite bar in town” to sing Dolly Parton’s “9 To 5,” Janis Joplin’s “Move Over” and (with Ashley Wilcoxson and Kate Cunningham) Bobbie Gentry’s “He Made a Woman Out of Me.” Wilcoxson, Cunnigham and Price covered Linda Ronstadt’s “When Will I Be Loved” as well. Price also sang her new songs “Long Live The King” and “Heartless Mind.” Price and Ivey came together for his new songs “Things Could Get Much Worse” and “All Kinds Of Blue” and Ivey fronted a cover of Tom Petty’s “Big Weekend.”

Lauderdale’s time on stage at Dee’s included performances of “Hole In My Head” and “The King Of Broken.” The Pricetags wrap their residency at Dee’s Country Cocktail Lounge next Monday night. Watch video footage from last night’s guest-filled performance posted by Music City Maven:

Move Over

9 To 5

He Made a Woman Out of Me

Long Live The King

Heartless Mind

Hole In My Head

The King Of Broken

Things Could Get Much Worse

All Kinds Of Blue

Big Weekend

When Will I Be Loved