Coffee Break: Modern-day country music outlaws

Margo Price at home
Margo Price at home (courtesy the artist)

Happy Margo Price day!

This morning Jill spun a new cover song from Margo Price on a bonus 7 inch included with her new album (Bobbie Gentry's 1970 "He Made a Woman out of Me"), Jill brought you this week's Album of the Week review for Margo's new record That's How Rumors Get Started, and just after 9 we'll hear a virtual session from Margo herself.

Why not round out this Margo morning with a Coffee Break focused on modern-day country music outlaws? Let us know who you'd like to hear.

And if you're not quite sure what we mean by "Outlaw", it's a sub-genre of country music that has its roots in honky tonk and rockabilly and is a blend of rock and folk rhythms, country instrumentation and introspective lyrics. Most famous early "outlaws" include Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, Tanya Tucker, etc. But this morning, we're on the hunt for more modern suggestions.

Respond with your song ideas in the comments below.

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Songs played

Nikki Lane - Jackpot
Sturgill Simpson - Sugar Daddy (Theme from Vinyl)
Jason Isbell And The 400 Unit - Cumberland Gap
Cody Jinks - I'm Not The Devil
The Highwomen - Redesigning Women
Margo Price - Pay Gap
Tyler Childers - Country Squire

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