Margo Price and her husband, Jeremy Ivey, took part in NPR Music’s Tiny Desk (Home) concert from the comfort of their Nashville attic. Performing three songs for viewers, the couple said they are currently on day 13 of being quarantined together.
“We are not fine,” Price said after her husband stated that they are.
The couple are currently spending some mandatory time at home with their two children, dog and cat after Nashville Mayor John Cooper’s March 22 “Safer at Home” executive order directing residents to stay at home for 14 days other than for essential needs.
Following a stripped down version of “Stone Me,” to be featured on Price’s upcoming album That’s How Rumors Get Started, the singer-songwriter turned to the camera to thank those who continue to work in the midst of a pandemic so the rest can survive.
“Obviously everybody is struggling right now. We just want to thank all the people that are still out there working,” she said. “All the doctors, all the sanitation people. Everybody that’s out there so we can all survive. All the people working in grocery stores. To everyone out there who has lost their job, we feel you. People in the service industry, small businesses. Especially all the folks in Nashville who were devastated by the tornado and now this on top.”
The pair’s three-song set included “Stone Me,” “Just Like Love” and “Someone Else’s Problem,” the latter of which Price called “a really important song” that “a lot of people can benefit from hearing it.”
The video for Price’s NPR Music’s Tiny Desk (Home) concert is below.