Margo Price joins forces with Sierra Ferrell for a fresh take on "Change of Heart." The stand-out single off Price's fourth studio album Strays recently spent an impressive fourteen weeks at No. 1 on the Americana radio charts.

Released today (March 16), the pair bring an intimate feel to this new version of the tune, driven by perfectly layered harmonies, sweeping fiddle from Billy Contreras and warm acoustic guitar courtesy of Price's husband, talented singer-songwriter and co-writer Jeremy Ivey.

"I'm real excited to share this stripped down take on 'Change of Heart' featuring Sierra Ferrell," Price says. "Sierra is one of my favorite new voices in music and I loved getting to work with her on this acoustic version of the song."

The choice to team up with Ferrell, another boundary-pushing artist who's earned numerous accolades and awards within the Americana genre in recent years, felt like a natural choice for Price.

"I love to lift up other women in the genre when I see somebody putting out great art," notes Price. "In an industry that tries to drive us apart, it's freeing to break down those barriers and say, 'there is room for everyone.'"

Listen below:

Alongside this new collaboration, Price revealed six new stops on her ongoing 'Til the Wheels Fall Off Tour, listed in bold below. She was also just added as a last-minute addition to this year's Luck Reunion lineup, which was postponed one day to March 17 due to the threat of severe weather.

You can find information on ticketing options and on-sale dates at Margo Price's official website.

Margo Price's 2023 'Til the Wheels Fall Off Tour Dates:

March 24 - Boise, Idaho @ Treefort Music Fest
April 26 - El Paso, Texas @ Don Haskins Center *
April 27 - Albuquerque, N.M. @ Isleta Amphitheater *
April 29 - Los Angeles, Calif. @ Long Story Short: Willie Nelson 90
April 30 - Los Angeles, Calif. @ Long Story Short: Willie Nelson 90
June 22 - Pendleton, Ore. @ Jackalope Jamboree
June 24 - Lander, Wy. @ Lander Concert Series
June 25 - Livingston, Mont. @ Pine Creek Lodge
June 28 - Omaha, Neb. @ The Waiting Room
June 29 - Rogers, Ark. @ Outlaw Music Festival
July 1 - Denver, Colo. @ Dusty Boots
July 13 - Charleston, S.C. @ Credit One Stadium *
July 14 - Virginia Beach, Va. @ Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater *
July 15 - Baltimore, Md. @ CFG Bank Arena *
Aug. 5 - Boston, Mass. @ Leader Bank Pavilion!
Aug. 6 - Portland, Maine @ Thompson's Point!
Aug. 7 - Portsmouth, N.H. @ The Music Hall Historic Theater
Aug. 9 - Buffalo, N.Y. @ Town Ballroom
Aug. 10 - Philadelphia, Pa. @ The Met Philadelphia!
Aug. 19 - Bethel, N.Y. @ Catbird Music Festival
Aug. 25 - London, UK @ Lafayette
Aug. 25-27 - Leicestershire, UK @ The Long Road
Sept. 8-10 - Bristol, Tenn. @ Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion
Sept. 24 - Franklin, Tenn. @ Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival
Oct. 1 - Bridgeport, Conn. @ Sound on Sound
Oct. 5 - Charlottesville, Va. @ John Paul Jones Arena *
Oct. 6 - University Park, Pa. @ Bryce Jordan Center *

* with Chris Stapleton
! with Tyler Childers

10 Things You Didn't Know About John Prine

John Prine will be remembered as a man who wrote incredible songs -- but also, as a man who loved hot dogs, kept Christmas trees up year-round and never left home without ... condiments? The folk icon is known for his way with words, but also for his quirks.

Prine was a friend to younger acts and, in turn, was experiencing a career renaissance when he died. Thanks to his 2018 album The Tree of Forgiveness and recent accolades from the Americana Music Association, the Songwriters Hall of Fame and the Recording Academy, Prine was finding a new level of fame and left this world as a beloved friend, mentor and artist.

Prine's songs had been recorded by George Strait, Bonnie Raitt and others, and he'd dueted with Kacey Musgraves, Miranda Lambert and more, which means you're likely more familiar with his music than you think. Keep reading, though, for a few other things you might not know about Prine: