Margo Price will take the stage a the semi-opened Brooklyn Bowl Nashville for a run of fan-less concerts to be streamed live next month.
The increasingly-popular Americana guitarist and singer will set up shop at the new Nashville venue for audience-free performances on September 9th-10th. Announced on Wednesday, the two upcoming performances will feature different sets and offer a livestream webcast experience with the opportunity for viewers to “Be In The Stream,” a press release reads. Price continues to push the promotion of her new studio album, That’s How Rumors Get Started, released last month via Loma Vista Recordings.
The shows will be similar to the fan-less concert format introduced by Jason Isbell and Amanda Shires at Brooklyn Bowl Nashville back in May. Price’s two performances will stream exclusively on FANS, where fans can decide between Pay-Per-View options of $14.99 for the first night only, $24.99 for both shows, or $49.99 for both shows in addition to a limited edition signed event poster.
To go with her announcement on Wednesday, Price also released an alternate synthphonic recording of “I’d Die For You”, one of the new originals songs featured on That’s How Rumors Get Started. Price’s performance at Carnegie Hall earlier this year inspired the singer/songwriter to put together a bonus version of the ballad as fueled by a string symphony and grand piano, rather than an electric guitar as heard on the album.
Listen to the synthphonic version of “I’d Die For You” through the song’s mesmerizing new video below.
Margo Price – “I’d Die For You (Synthphonic)”
[Video: Margo Price]
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