In the latest installment of the eTown Quarantine Sessions, Margo Price teamed up with Jerry “Swamp Dogg” Williams Jr. to cover John Prine‘s “Sam Stone”. This latest video comes as the second installment of the Quarantine Sessions, following Brandi Carlile and Rufus Wainwright‘s collaborative cover of Sandy Denny‘s “Who Knows Where The Time Goes“.

Like the previous edition of the Quarantine Sessions, this video was also recorded from separate locations, as Price taped her segment at the legendary Cash Cabin in Hendersonville, TN; Swamp Dogg at his studio in Northridge, CA; and eTown host Nick Forster at eTown Hall in Boulder, CO. The cover finds Forster contributing bass, guitar, mandolin, and pedal steel to round out a full-bodied take on a prime candidate for one of the saddest songs ever written.

Though the pairing of a veteran R&B singer like Williams with country revivalist and Prine disciple in Price may seem a bit odd at first, the two blend together beautifully. With Price taking the first verse and handing it off to Williams for the second, they meet at the end to form a choir defined by its diversity.

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Watch Margo Price and Jerry “Swamp Dogg” Williams Jr. cover John Prine’s “Sam Stone” for the eTown Quarantine Sessions.

Margo Price, Jerry “Swamp Dogg” Williams Jr. – “Sam Stone” (John Prine)

[Video: eTown]