U2 and Red Hot Chili Peppers are two of the 2017 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival headliners, but Cam and Margo Price are acts country fans may be most interested in. The full slate of performers was released on Wednesday morning (Jan. 11).
Margo Price's "Four Years of Chances" mixes blues, soul and scorn into an undeniable country story of redemption that's best described as honest. So convincing are Price's vocals that one listens on edge, as if she knows your secrets.
Margo Price is gearing up to hit the road for her headlining tour in support of her debut album, Midwest Farmer's Daughter. Price's tour kicks off June 11 in Nashville and runs through Nov. 15, when it closes in New York.
Texas country star Aaron Watson continues to touch hearts with his new single "Bluebonnets." The bittersweet ballad about the loss of life is one of ToC Top 10 Songs of 2016 (so far), but fans will ultimately decide if it moves on to a fifth and final Showdown later this week.