The Wild Feathers’ new video for “Hard Wind” recently premiered on CMT. The single is included on their self-titled, debut album, out August 6th.
The Wild Feathers Premiere Video For “Hard Wind” on CMT
Self Titled Album Out August 6th
The Wild Feathers‘ new video for “Hard Wind” recently premiered on CMT. The single is included on their self-titled, debut album, out August 6th. Watch the video below, here on BandWeblogs.com!
The Wild Feathers – “Hard Wind” video:
The five guys in The Wild Feathers came together in Nashville in 2010 through coincidence, mutual friends, and a shared love of the classics: Petty, Dylan, Cash, The Band, Allman Bros, Neil Young and Graham Parsons.
They’ve been playing their American rock-n-roll throughout the south for the past six months, with stops at the Hangout and Sasquatch Festivals in between. They’ll be touring with Willie Nelson in August.
Watch the video for their first single “The Ceiling” below. It’s currently climbing towards the Top 15 at AAA radio.
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I’ve been listening to ‘Legend – The Best Of Willie Nelson’ and “Whiskey River” just came on. I love that song – and hearing it brings back so many memories of back home …
I’ve been listening to ‘Legend – The Best Of Willie Nelson’ and “Whiskey River” just came on. I love that song – and hearing it brings back so many memories of back home in the States.
There was a group of us that on special occasions would pull out the ol’ Willie Nelson CDs, late night, after a few beers – and just sing along to his classic songs like “On The Road Again”, “Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain”, “Always On My Mind” and of course, our favorite, “Whiskey River”. Luckily all of those songs are included on the ‘Legend’ CD as well as many more.
It’s great to hear Waylon Jennings‘ voice on “Good Hearted Woman”, Merle Haggard singing with Willie on “Pancho and Lefty” and Johnny Cash, Kris Kristofferson Willie and Waylon on “Highwayman”.
There are 20 songs on the album – and one stand out track that I hadn’t heard before is “Seven Spanish Angels” with Ray Charles.
The one time that I was lucky enough to see Willie Nelson play live was in Austin, Texas – just down the road from his house at The Backyard. The show was sold out, but my friend and I went anyway, hoping that we might find a way in. Or out actually, since the show was outside. Anyway…long story short we were able to get in – and what a night we had. Watching Willie Nelson singing on that stage – outside under the large Oak trees and being able to hear those classic songs played live was incredible.