She said her father brought home food he'd hunted, but he didn't have a "high powered machine gun" to do it with.
Via Rolling Stone:
A few days ago, Margo Price's husband, Jeremy, and her seven-year-old son, Judah, discovered a moonshine barrel on a hill behind their brand-new home, located 20 minutes from downtown Nashville.
It makes perfect sense that this discovery would excite Price, whose songs routinely find beauty in scenes of decaying America: dried-up farmland, burned-out factory towns and the people who never escaped.
After more than a decade of struggling in Nashville, Price, 34, has emerged as a rare liberal voice in, blasting Trump, the FCC and the country stars who stayed silent on the issue of gun control after the Route 91 Harvest festival mass shooting in Vegas.
Price felt she had to speak up on that issue – her dad would frequently bring home food he'd hunted. "There's something beautiful about that," she says. "But we didn't have high-powered machine guns when this all started."
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