Back in June, Nashville rock and rollers The Wild Feathers made their sold-out Ryman Auditorium debut. The entire performance was recorded for their first-ever live album, Live at the Ryman, which is due out on Record Store Day’s Black Friday, Nov. 25. In celebration of the release, the group will perform a special three-night stint at Ernest Tubb Record Shop on Dec. 1, 2 and 3.
We asked the band about the new record and the choice of venue to celebrate. “We are still blown away that we had the chance to play a sold out show at a venue like The Ryman, it still doesn’t feel real. So when we started talking about putting out a live record from that night, it was important to us to try to match the tradition of The Ryman for the release events. Ernest Tubb Record Shop is a Nashville institution, and we couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate our Live at the Ryman release than by checking off another venue on our bucket list. “
Admission to the release shows is free with the purchase of Live at The Ryman, as well as an additional item from the shop. Concertgoers will also receive a limited-edition poster signed by the band. And yes, each night will have its own uniquely designed poster, so why not go for all three? The special residency is in support of the Broadway landmark, which has been struggling to keep its doors open in recent years. So mark your calendars and get on down to Broadway to enjoy some great music and help keep a sacred Nashville institution alive.