Buffalo Clover

True roots music is a dying art. Buffalo Clover intertwines the lasting elements of folk, blues, motown, early rock and roll and gypsy music. With a sound all their own and strong songwriting from Margo Price and Jeremy Ivey, this group stands alone as the only female fronted band of it's kind.Their songs are built around beat music, matchbook rants, half burned love letters and protest poems. Following the release of their first album, 'Pearls to Swine', the group took off on a gypsy tour across the country. Spanning 10,000 miles and twenty-some states, they left from Chicago in a 1986 Winnebago to play over twenty shows from the east to west coast. Buffalo Clover headlined at a variety of venues, from an indie theater in New Orleans, to a Hookah Bar in North Carolina, then onward west to a dusty saloon in Mesa, Arizona and finally to the famed House of Blues on Sunset Strip in Los Angeles. Since the tour, the band has returned to Nashville to record their second album, "Strong Medicine"- with their newly formed band. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.