Americana singer and songwriter Margo Price made one heck of a pregnancy announcement at a recent Nashville concert that she was performing at. The country star was playing at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena last Tuesday where she was performing for her hometown crowd and supporting the singer, longtime friend, collaborator and record label head, Jack White, who was headlining the event when she let the cat out of the bag.
Price and her husband Jeremy Ivey, who strums the guitar in Price's talented band, will soon be parents yet again this coming May. Price let her fans know that they were the first to get in on the good news that she had been hiding a little something behind her guitar for some time. News of Price's bundle of joy came only a week after she shared her raw and honest music video 'All American Made'. The controversial video allows for glimpses into the real lives of Americans living in the year 2018.
Price and her husband and fellow performer gave birth to twin boys, Ezra, and Judah back in 2010. Sadly, Ezra passed away shortly after his birth as a result of a heart condition. The Illinois native has spoken out regarding her child's passing saying that the loss led to a heavy drinking and a DUI arrest and has often made references to the pain and suffering that she endured during those dark times. It's been a long road back, but if anybody has been able to turn devastation around with the help of song, it's been Price.
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Mama Price has a heck of a year ahead of her. Not only is another baby on the way but Price has a full schedule this year playing several major shows. She is slated to headline an all-female lineup at Brandi Carlile's inaugural 2019 Girls Just Wanna Weekend in Mexico as well as participate in a number of other festivals and shows. Fans of the gritty, talented storyteller would be smart to snatch up her concert tickets now. before she gives birth to her second child. She is certainly a worthy and notable artist that avid fans of country and folk music won't want to skip out on.
Congrats to a deserving couple on their next family addition.