“the 57-year-old singer has carved out a special place here in the live music capital, where she owns one of the most extraordinary local legacies of any musician in the last 30 years.
Though she’s rarely published songs, five of Price’s albums rank among Waterloo Records‘ 100 all-time bestsellers. And without touring, her hometown concerts remain bona fide tourist attractions. Price’s “Hippie Hour” at the Continental Club, which lasted 22 years, stands as the most successful residency in Austin music history.
After five months away from the stage, Price is now holding court for no cover on Tuesdays, 8-10pm, at the Little Darlin’ – a super South Austin bar with an XXL patio. Little Darlin’ co-owner Mike Sanchez, who spent a decade tending bar at Emo’s on Red River, says turnout for the song stylist’s performances has been solid since beginning in April. He recently extended the residency through June.” – Kevin Curtin, The Austin Chronicle