[REVIEW] The Wild Feathers w/ Jamestown Revival | 6.25.16 @ Ryman Auditorium

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The Wild Feathers
w/ Jamestown Revival

Ryman Auditorium; Nashville, TN
June 25, 2016

Review by Lorie Liebig. Photos by Nolan Knight.

Just a few months after releasing their sophomore album Lonely is a Lifetime, Nashville-based rockers The Wild Feathers made their debut at the Ryman Auditorium to a sold out-crowd. After years of relentless touring and honing their live show, they came back home to check one more huge accomplishment off their band bucket list. Fellow folk-rockers Jamestown Revival also made their first appearance at the venue and kicked off a night that neither band will likely ever forget. Click below to check out our full review, along with some amazing photos from Nolan Knight.

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TWiN | This Weekend in Nashville | June 24 – 26

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Summer is humming along already, and it is a packed weekend of daytime activities to go along with the usual array of evening club shows.  We have Nashville Pride Festival, the final Musicians Corner of the spring season, a brewtastic block party,  Summer NAMM convention, and a stacked Laid Back Festival lineup going on… and that’s just Saturday afternooon.  Sometimes, well almost all of the time, it’s really great living in Music City.  Head below to plan your weekend with all of our staff picks in this weeks edition of TWiN!

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[INTERVIEW] The Wild Feathers Discuss Their New LP, Nashville, and What’s Next

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We’ve been raving over the rock and roll sound from The Wild Feathers since they released their stellar self-titled debut back in 2013. After almost three straight years on the road, the group returned to their hometown of Nashville to record their follow-up, Lonely is a Lifetime. We sat down with band members Taylor Burns (guitar/vocals), Ricky Young (guitar/vocals), Joel King (bass/vocals), Ben Dumas (drums), during a rare day off to discuss how much their sound has evolved, what they want to achieve next and the craziness of headlining the Ryman Auditorium for the first time on June 25.  Their Ryman debut is impressively sold out, but get to Grimeys early for your chance to see them perform a special in-store on June 23 at 6pm.

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

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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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