New On Our Spotify Playlist: The Wild Feathers, Dylan LeBlanc, The Neighbourhood, & More


Our main goal at No Country is to share music from our favorite local artists and touring acts that hit Nashville. Now you can get straight to listening on our Spotify playlist

Local music additions:

“Cautionary Tale” by Dylan LeBlanc – Playing 3rd & Lindsley on June 12
“Overnight” by The Wild Feathers – Playing The Ryman on June 25
“Plugged In” by *repeat repeat – Playing 3rd & Lindsley on April 5
“Gimme Gimme” by The Gills
“Crash” by Trella
“Everybody Does” by Julien Baker
“Game of Love” by albatross

Touring artist additions:

“Cry Baby” by The Neighborhood – Playing Marathon Music Works on May 25
“Delete” by DMA’S – Playing The High Watt on March 21
“Gamma Knife” by King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – Playing Mercy Lounge on May 4
“He Didn’t Mention His Mother” by Eleanor Friedberger – Playing 12 & Porter on April 16
“Personal” by Matthew Logan Vasquez – Playing Mercy Lounge on May 12

Follow along so you don’t miss the best of No Country for New Nashville!

The Wild Feathers Drop New LP, Announce June 25 Date At The Ryman

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We just told you yesterday about the new sophomore LP, Lonely Is A Lifetime, from The Wild Feathers when we brought you video of their performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live.  The album dropped today, and, with the release, a slew of tour dates have been announced.  Included in that announcement, the band is set to return home to play the Ryman Auditorium on June 25 with Jamestown Revival.

Tickets for the show are $25, and go on sale March 25 at noon CST.  While you wait, check out a live session that the band recently did at the Paste Magazine Studios below, and imagine them performing “Sleepers” a capella at the front of the Ryman stage this summer.

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The Wild Feathers Perform “Overnight” On ‘Kimmel’ | New LP Drops Friday

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Coming off their incredibly successful self-titled debut LP in 2013, Nashville’s The Wild Feathers have been road warriors for the past few years, touring in support of the likes of Bob Dylan and Gary Clark Jr.  It’s almost hard to believe that the guys had time to slow down to write a follow up record, yet their sophomore LP, Lonely Is A Lifetime, is set to drop on Friday March 11.  Like the debut, the new record was produced by Jay Joyce (Cage The Elephant, Zac Brown Band, FIDLAR) and mixed by D. Sardy (Oasis, The Rolling Stones, Nine Inch Nails), and has the rockers primed for a breakout 2016.

To celebrate the release, ahead of a lengthy headlining tour, the band stopped by Jimmy Kimmel this week to perform “Overnight” and “Goodbye Song.”  You can head below to watch a live clip of “Overnight,” and keep your ears on the site for more information about a local date.

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Tons Of Nashville Bands Officially Confirmed For SXSW 2016!


As we finally dip into winter here in Music City, our attention turns to the warmer days ahead.  Bands are announcing spring tours like crazy, and a number of them are centered around the annual musical pilgrimage to Austin, TX for SXSW.  While those not lucky enough to attend will reap the spoils of touring bands, a huge number of your (and our) local favorites will be making the journey to show their wares in the 2,000+ band melee that will take over greater Austin.  In three separate waves of announcements these local stand outs were all selected: Judah & The Lion, Ron Pope, Blackfoot Gypsies, Diarrhea Planet, Smooth Hound Smith, 8 Ball Aikten, Ruby Amanfu, Carl Anderson, Bobby Bare Jr., Carey, Daddy Issues, Luther Dickinson, ELEL, Daniel Ellsworth & The Great Lakes, Escondido, firekidJanice Gaines, The GillsThe Killing Floor, Lionlimb, Loretta Lynn, Music Band, Pujol, Saint PéThe Wans, & The Wild Feathers.

Making you think about heading to Austin to support local?  Thought so. Better hurry up and book your hotel now, and head below for a taste of each to revel in how awesome of a music city we actually live in.

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[Review + Pics] Live On The Green Weekend Finale


Public Square Park; Nashville, TN
August 28, 2014

Review by Matt Hall & Wes Davenport. Photos by Sundel Perry and Mary Beth Blankenship

Despite threats of inclement weather, the three day finale for Live On The Green went off without a hitch.  We were there for all three days for the inaugural mini-festival took over Nashville, and featured record breaking crowds, top notch performances, and a truly great beginning to an incredible event.  Read on below for our coverage of Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, as well as some great photos from Shawn Jackson of Sundel Perry and Mary Beth Blankenship.

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