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Lead singer, songwriter, and
guitarist Margo Price, currently of Nashville, TN, is a 2001 graduate
of
Aledo High School. Playing bass guitar and banjo was Jared Braucht of
Joy,
a 2001 graduate of Westmer High School. Joining them on guitar and
vocals
was Jeremy Ivey, of Nashville, TN. Aaron Latos of Louisville, KY was
the
drummer. The group, Buffalo Clover, played in a variety of venues; the
highlights of the trip was playing in The Derby, Café Boogaloos, and
the
House of Blues on Sunset Strip California. They travel from the east to
west coast covering over 10,000 miles. The group started in DeKalb,
IL.,
playing in Otto’s Underground and The House. After the gigs in
DeKalb,
Buffalo Clover stopped in Louisville, Kentucky, Nashville, Tennessee,
and
then onto the east coast where they also played in Wilmington, North
Carolina. From NC, the group traveled and played in New Orleans,
Louisiana, Austin, Texas, Phoenix, Arizona and Los Angeles, California.

The band culminated its tour and traveled through Northern California
and
Oregon before traveling back east again.

Buffalo Clover was the 2008 Newport Folk Festival Runner Up in ‘Our
Stage’
Battle of the Bands, has had Airtime on 'Hear, Here" on Kill Radio.org
with
Marc and John in Los Angeles, CA. Airtime on Vanderbilt’s College
radio
station 91.1 WRVU's- "Best of Bread" in Nashville, TN, interviewed on
LA
Talk Radio, and have been mentioned in Nashville’s ‘All the Rage’
newspaper. - Aledo Times Record


Discography

Listen (e.p.)
2 Songs were featured from 'Listen' including 'Rovin Line' and 'Here You Are' on Kill Radio's "Hear, Here" with Marc and John in Los Angeles, CA
Also, 'Here You Are' was featured on Nashville's Vanderbilt University radio station WRVU 91.1 on the show 'Best of Bread'
2008 Runner Up in Ourstage's Newport Folk Festival Competition
Pearls to Swine (l.p.)
4 songs from 'Pearls to Swine' where featured on 'The Amber Deylon Show' from LA Talk Radio in Los Angeles Radio
'Luck'-The opening track on 'Pearls to Swine' was featured on "The Juggling Gypsy's Best of 2008" Music Sampler

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Buffalo Clover is a four piece band formed in Nashville, TN. Lead by front woman Margo Price, the group draws inspiration from true roots music. They summon early forms of blues, rock, folk, Motown and gypsy styles to create something totally original.
At the heart of the band is songwriting couple Margo Price and Jeremy Ivey. Their songs are built around beat music, matchbook rants, half burned love letters and protest poems.
In an age where bands are more about gimmicks and marketing than the actual songs themselves, Buffalo Clover is a needle in the hay. With unique and melodic tunes held strong by poetic lyrics, these songs will outlast the times.
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 two 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, they played for both small crowds and packed halls. From a saloon in Mesa, Arizona to the famed House of Blues on Sunset Strip in Los Angeles, the band was able to build even more of an underground fan base. No matter what the crowd, the reaction was always strong and positive.
Upon returning to Nashville, B.C. finds it more important than ever to reach a growing audience. They are currently working on the release of their second full length album, 'Strong Medicine'.