Margo Price Announces Brooklyn Bowl Nashville Livestream Concerts & Shares ‘Synthponic’ Single
Margo Price will take the stage at Brooklyn Bowl Nashville for a pair of full-band, audience-free concerts on September 9 and 10 that will be livestreamed through FANS.com. Price also announced the release of a live “synthponic” version of “I’d Die For You” captured at Carnegie Hall in New York City during one of her final concerts before the COVID-19 pandemic led to a pause in live music.
“I’d Die For You” was originally recorded by Margo Price for inclusion on her recently released studio album, That's How Rumors Get Started. Margo’s new rendition of the song features just grand piano and strings in stark contrast to the version that closes out That’s How Rumors Get Started.
Margo shared the following about “I’d Die For You”:
‘I’d Die For You’ is the most important song on the album to me. It’s about finding hope among our everyday struggles with violence, healthcare and racism. It’s a love song but it’s also a document of the human condition. Even though it was penned a couple years ago, it holds a deeper, new meaning to me now, especially given our current political climate, lack of overall leadership and the weight of the pandemic. It’s a more political ‘I Will Always Love You.’
Watch the “I’d Die For You (Synthponic)” video below:
Margo will present two different sets for her run of livestreamed concerts at Brooklyn Bowl Nashville. Viewers can participate via FANS’ Be In The Stream experience. Pre-orders for the pay-per-view livestreams are available now here.