Runaway Horses

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Runaway Horses is a show about the search for freedom through music, and our shared human experience. Hosted by country musician Margo Price, the show features inspirational conversations with artists who aren’t afraid to break the mold and follow their own path. Produced by work x work for Sonos

Episode Date
The Third Voice (feat. Lucius)
00:23:17

When Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig sing together on stage, it’s impossible to tell where one voice ends and the other one begins. “When we sing together, it creates this third voice,” says Jess Wolfe. “It's almost harder to sing without the other now.” In our final episode of Runaway Horses, Margo sits down with Jess and Holly, frontwomen and founders of the band Lucius. Together, they discuss the deep and almost telepathic connection Jess and Holly have developed over the course of their 17-year collaboration, and how they produce their beautiful, unearthly harmonies. To close the episode and the series, Margo shares an exclusive first listen of ‘Anytime You Call,’ a new song off her forthcoming album, STRAYS, out January 2023.


Show Notes: 
Lucius is on tour through December. Their fourth studio album Second Nature is out now

Margo Price’s new album, STRAYS, will be released in January 2023. Her autobiography, Maybe We’ll Make It, will be released October 4th, 2022.

Credits:
Runaway Horses is produced by work by work: Scott Newman, Jemma Rose Brown, Kathleen Ottinger and Emily Shaw. The show is mixed by Sam Bair. Our recording engineers are Nick Byrd, Will Grieg, Thad Kopec, and Lake Wilson. Special thanks to Amy Schmalz and Maddie Case at Monotone, Jazz Atkin at Loma Vista, and Joe Dawson at Sonos. The show’s theme song is Nowhere Fast off of Margo Price's album, All American Made.

Sep 29, 2022
Bettye LaVette Will F*ck You Up (feat. Bettye LaVette)
00:29:29

From Bob Dylan to Dolly Parton, from Pink Floyd to Sinéad O'Connor, Bettye LaVette has covered them all—and each time, she’s made the songs she performs uniquely her own. When Margo Price first heard LaVette’s rendition of John Prine’s Souvenirs, it blew her away. In this episode, Margo sits down with LaVette to discuss her childhood growing up in Detroit, making her first record at 16, and all the devastatingly sad music that LaVette was drawn to listening to as a young adolescent. Plus, LaVette remembers what it was like to perform at the 2009 inauguration of President Barack Obama. 

 

Show Notes: 
You can get a “She Will F*ck You Up” t shirt of your very own at LaVette’s website.

Before she got her start, LaVette used to hang out at the Graystone Ballroom where she met Sherma Lavett—a local groupie who inspired LaVette (born Betty Jo Haskins) to adopt her stage name, Bettye LaVette.

At 16, LaVette made her first record, My Man – He's a Lovin' Man.

Watch LaVette perform at the inauguration of President Barack Obama in 2009.

Margo’s new album, Strays, will be out January 2023. Stream her latest single ‘Change of Heart,’ available now.

 

Credits:
Runaway Horses is produced by work by work: Scott Newman, Jemma Rose Brown, Kathleen Ottinger and Emily Shaw. The show is mixed by Sam Bair. Our recording engineers are Nick Byrd, Will Grieg, Thad Kopec, and Lake Wilson. Special thanks to Amy Schmalz and Maddie Case at Monotone, Jazz Atkin at Loma Vista, and Joe Dawson at Sonos. The show’s theme song is Nowhere Fast off of Margo Price's album, All American Made.

 

 

Sep 22, 2022
Pure Spirit (feat. Bob Weir)
00:23:01

For the Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir, there is nothing better than being on stage, playing music in front of a live audience. “When you're hitting those notes that your body didn't know it could hit,” says Weir, “I feel beyond human. I can't imagine that there's more that life has to offer.” In this episode, Margo speaks to one of her long-time heroes about everything from meditation, to psychedelic mushrooms and the existence of God.

Show Notes: 
Bob Weir will play four shows at Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington D.C. with Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros, Oct 5-9, followed by a fall tour across the western U.S.

Check out America’s Dead, the new show from Sonos, launching today on Apple, Spotify, Stitcher, the Sonos Radio app, and podcast platforms everywhere.

Credits:
Runaway Horses is produced by work by work: Scott Newman, Jemma Rose Brown, Kathleen Ottinger and Emily Shaw. The show is mixed by Sam Bair. Our recording engineers are Nick Byrd, Will Grieg, Thad Kopec, and Lake Wilson. Special thanks to Amy Schmalz and Maddie Case at Monotone, Jazz Atkin at Loma Vista, and Joe Dawson at Sonos. The show’s theme song is Nowhere Fast off of Margo Price's album, All American Made.

Sep 15, 2022
Lock A Groove (feat. Swamp Dogg)
00:29:09

Swamp Dogg has released twenty-five studio albums, written songs for artists like Doris Duke and Dee Dee Warwick, and collaborated with musicians such as Justin Vernon and John Prine—but he’s had to fight for his creative vision every step of the way. “Nobody's ever thought anything that I did was good enough,” says Swamp Dogg, “until it was unleashed on the public.” On this episode of Runaway Horses, Swamp Dogg and Margo get into the origins of Swamp Dogg, the stories behind his songs, and what it was like to produce for Atlantic. Plus, Swamp Dogg reveals to Margo which of his songs he’s picked out of her to cover next. 

Show Notes: 
Watch Margo Price and Swamp Dogg perform John Prine’s ‘Sam Stone.’ 

Check out the art for Swamp Dogg’s 1971 album, Rat On!


Credits:
Runaway Horses is produced by work by work: Scott Newman, Jemma Rose Brown, Kathleen Ottinger and Emily Shaw. The show is mixed by Sam Bair. Our recording engineers are Nick Byrd, Will Grieg, Thad Kopec, and Lake Wilson. Special thanks to Amy Schmalz and Maddie Case at Monotone, Jazz Atkin at Loma Vista, and Joe Dawson at Sonos. The show’s theme song is Nowhere Fast off of Margo Price's album, All American Made.

Sep 08, 2022
You Can Be Country (feat. Amythyst Kiah)
00:23:51

“I've had so many different ways that I've described my music,” says singer-songwriter Amythyst Kiah, “but it’s always been important to me, to allow myself to explore.” That’s exactly what she’s doing on her latest EP, Pensive Pop—bringing new life and depth to pop-rock songs like Green Day’s “Hitchin’ A Ride” and Katy Perry’s “Chained To The Rhythm” in ways that draw out the soulful heart of those tunes. In this episode, Amythys Kiah and Margo Price dig into how therapy has deepened her songwriting, the expansiveness of the country genre and Kiah’s predictions for the future of the country music scene. 

Show Notes: 
Amythyst Kiah’s EP, Pensive Pop, is available to stream and purchase now.

This fall, Amythyst Kiah is on tour across the United States and Europe. On November 4, Amythyst Kiah will perform Songs of Our Native Daughters with fellow collaborators Rhiannon Giddens, Leyla McCalla, and Allison Russell at Carnegie Hall

Amythyst Kiah’s gym workout recommendation is Cutthroat Shamrock’s There Is A Time.
 

Credits:
Runaway Horses is produced by work by work: Scott Newman, Jemma Rose Brown, Kathleen Ottinger and Emily Shaw. The show is mixed by Sam Bair. Our recording engineers are Nick Byrd, Will Grieg, Thad Kopec, and Lake Wilson. Special thanks to Amy Schmalz and Maddie Case at Monotone, Jazz Atkin at Loma Vista, and Joe Dawson at Sonos. The show’s theme song is Nowhere Fast off of Margo Price's album, All American Made.

Sep 01, 2022
Fearless (feat. Emmylou Harris)
00:32:29

Welcome to Runaway Horses! We’re kicking off this special series of conversations between Margo Price and the renegade musicians who’ve inspired her career with the legendary Emmylou Harris. In this episode, recorded in person in Nashville, Margo and Emmylou unravel the divide between country and folk, swap songs, and realize everyone has their “Joan Baez moment.” Plus, Emmylou shares stories about collaborating with the likes of Dolly Parton, Gram Parsons and Bob Dylan.

 

Show Notes:

Check out Margo Price’s new single, Been To The Mountain, out now. 

Hear Margo Price and Emmylou  Harris perform Two More Bottles of Wine together.

In 2004 Emmylou Harris founded Bonaparte’s Retreat, a dog rescue organization that works to rescue shelter dogs and adopt them into forever homes.

Harris also supports Crossroads Campus, an organization that offers programs to help humans and animals connect, learn and grow. 

Special thanks to Will Grieg and Layman Drug Company.

 

Credits:
Runaway Horses is produced by work by work: Scott Newman, Jemma Rose Brown, Kathleen Ottinger and Emily Shaw. The show is mixed by Sam Bair. Our recording engineers are Nick Byrd, Will Grieg, Thad Kopec, and Lake Wilson. Special thanks to Amy Schmalz and Maddie Case at Monotone, Jazz Atkin at Loma Vista, and Joe Dawson at Sonos. The show’s theme song is Nowhere Fast off of Margo Price's album, All American Made.

 

Aug 25, 2022
Trailer
00:01:54
Runaway Horses from Sonos Radio is a show about the search for freedom through music, and our shared human experience. Hosted by country musician Margo Price, the show features inspirational conversations with artists who aren’t afraid to break the mold and follow their own path. Listen to Runaway Horses in your podcast feed every Thursday, starting August 25th.
Aug 22, 2022