When country music star Margo Price was nineteen, she dropped out of school to become a musician in Nashville, but things weren’t always easy. Price went from busking on the street, playing bad gigs, and having no label, to motherhood and a Grammy nomination. Join Price as she shares her story of making it in the music industry and finding—and maintaining—her own voice.
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Moderator: Deidre Gott, assistant program director at KUTX Austin
Margo Price, Maybe We’ll Make It: A Memoir