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Margo Price: Q&A

Quarantined Artists is an FUV feature that includes online Q&As and on-air conversations with musicians dealing with life in Covid-19 lockdown. Margo Price delayed the release of her third album, That's How Rumors Get Started, due to the coronavirus, which directly affected her husband, songwriter Jeremy Ivey.

John Doe of X

Quarantined Artists is a new FUV feature that includes online Q&As and on-air conversations with musicians dealing with life in Covid-19 lockdown. John Doe of X calls from his stay-at-home digs in Southern California to talk about the band's first album in 27 years, ALPHABETLAND.

Thao Nguyen: Q&A

Thao Nguyen's unveiling of her inner truth, and the peace that brings, continues on Thao and the Get Down Stay Down's riveting new album, Temple, released on May 15 via Ribbon Music. Read her Quarantined Artists Q&A, check out a conversation with her and Eric Holland, and check out her Spotify playlist for FUV too.

Waxahatchee's Katie Crutchfield: Q&A

When Waxahatchee's Katie Crutchfield decided to give up drinking following her tour behind 2017's rambunctious Out in the Storm, she also gave herself free rein to reconsider and revamp all aspects of her life. Sidestepping away from what she told Rolling Stone was a "loud and abrasive" sound that coursed through her previous work, she veered down a different road for her fifth album.

Jade Bird: Q&A

Quarantined Artists is a new FUV feature that includes online Q&As and on-air conversations with musicians dealing with life in Covid-19 lockdown. British songwriter Jade Bird canceled her spring tour and headed home to Britain to be with her family during the lockdown, but she's still writing new songs (or trying to).

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