Chicago - This summer, The Wild Feathers recorded its first official live album, Live at the Ryman (Warner Bros. Records), at the band’s triumphant, sold-out homecoming show in Nashville, at the fabled Ryman Auditorium on June 25, 2016, which marked the final date of a tour in support of TWF’s acclaimed album Lonely Is A Lifetime,
Los Angeles – Nashville rockers The Wild Feathers knew they wanted to do something a little bit different for the follow-up to their 2013 self-titled debut. While their sound has had a bit of a rough around the edges quality, the four friends and bandmates wanted to tap into the raw, live sound they had created after
New York – BestNewBands.com, a top destination for reviews, interviews and news about the world’s best emerging recording artists, has announced the nominees of its 2014 Newbie Awards honoring the year’s best new band, male artist, female artist and album—plus one new category (Breakthrough Artist), as determined by a poll of the site’s editorial staff.
Milwaukee – Even though Zeds Dead and Capital Cities were playing shows on the upper levels of The Eagles Ballroom, The Wild Feathers managed to pack the ground floor of The Rave. Wisconsin concertgoers filled out the old dive bar that seemed especially fitting for a good ole Southern rock ‘n’ roll band and presented fans with
Seattle – Every now and then, a band comes along to remind us why we fell in love with good old-fashioned rock and roll. On Wednesday night, those at The Crocodile in Seattle were treated to two such bands, with echoes of Led Zeppelin, Tom Petty, and The Band. True to their Texas roots, Austin’s
Music festivals are the Jackson Pollock paintings of the concert-going experience: both are messy, frustratingly incoherent and unmercifully overwhelming affairs. Yet, under the right conditions or at a certain angle or with the help of questionable substances/chemicals/beverages flowing through the blood stream, they can turn into beautiful, spiritual enlightenments. Such is Outside Lands, another excuse