#3 Margo Price, ‘Midwest Farmer’s Daughter’
” The CMA ignored Margo Price at their 50th awards show in November, but they did so at their own peril. This Illinois troublemaker’s debut album, released on Jack White’s Third Man Records, is a marvel from a modern outlaw. Price lays it all bare, singing in her Loretta Lynn yodel about the death of a child in “Hands of Time,” her skeevy experiences with Nashville music men in “This Town Gets Around” and, in “Weekender,” even a stint in the can. In a town where “honest” and “authentic” are thrown around to suggest credibility, Price needn’t even speak the words, she just lives them. J.H.” – Rolling Stone
“Just as we see emerging musicians experimenting, we’re also seeing established artists resisting what’s expected of them and, instead, embracing the creative freedom they’ve been afforded through their success, blurring the lines between music’s mainstream and artistic edge,”– Neil Portnow, President/CEO of The Recording Academy.
View full nominee list HERE.
We would like to congratulate our own on their 2017 GRAMMY Nominations:
Best Dance/Electronic album: Skin – Flume (Mom+Pop Music/Future Classic)
Best Dance Recording: “Never Be Like You ft. Kai” – Flume (Mom+Pop Music/Future Classic)
Best Reggae Album: “Ziggly Marley” – Ziggy Marley (Tuff Gong Worldwide)
“Fire,” the latest single from Justice’s recently released Woman album, now has a video which follows the French duo as they spend their afternoon with their two loves: a convertible and actress Susan Sarandon.
Listen in for PAPA‘s “Hold On” during tonight’s episode of ‘DC’s Legends of Tomorrow’ on the CW.