You Belong To No One (feat. Margo Price)
“I have lived half my life in fear of judgment,” says Margo Price. “I'm so done with it.” In the final episode of this season, recorded from the back lounge of Margo’s tour bus, Margo reveals how the experience of writing her autobiography, Maybe We’ll Make It, empowered her to let go of her fear and tell her personal story. Plus, Margo talks to Hanif about her on-the-road reading list, her upcoming Sonos show Runaway Horses, and what she thinks of the evolving Nashville music scene. Hanif closes the episode with a playlist of autobiographical songs. For the playlist of songs curated for this episode head over to https://bit.ly/oos-margo-price.
/ Music In This Week's Episode: /
This Town Gets Around - Margo Price
Sports, Drugs and Entertainment - Cam’ron
Nutbush City Limits - Tina Turner
Rehab - Amy Winehouse
Coal Miner’s Daughter - Loretta Lynn
Piano Man - Billy Joel
Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy - Elton John
Are You Leaving For The Country - Karen Dalton
Margo Price’s memoir, Maybe We’ll Make It, is out October 4 on University of Texas Press.
Margo’s bookstack includes a collection of poems by Mark Strand, Kalamazoo Gals: A Story of Extraordinary Women & Gibson's 'Banner' Guitars of WWII, Crying At H Mart, and Citizen Cash.
Hanif previously interviewed Margo’s friend and fellow musician, Adia Victoria, during Season 2 of Object of Sound. He spoke to Allison Russell about Outside Child earlier this year.
Margo’s upcoming Sonos show, Runaway Horses, will be released later this year.
This show is produced by work by work: Scott Newman, Jemma Rose Brown, Kathleen Ottinger, Rhiannon Corby, and by Hanif Abdurraqib. We had wonderful help this week from Columbus producer, Jeremy Steckel. The show is mixed by Sam Bair. Extra gratitude to Joe Dawson and Saidah Blount at Sonos.