The Wild Feathers visit "Nashville"
Wednesday, February 26, 2014
– Nashville quintet The Wild Feathers will appear on ABC's musical drama series "Nashville" performing their new single "Got It Wrong" tonight at 10 eastern.
The song is the latest single from their self-titled debut album, produced by Jay Joyce (Eric Church, Cage the Elephant, Emmylou Harris). Two other songs from the album, "Left My Woman" and "Backwoods Company," were featured in previous episodes of the show.
The Wild Feathers are currently on tour in support of the album. They have played more than 200 shows with Gary Clark Jr., Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson, Dawes, Dwight Yoakam and ZZ Ward.
Tour dates are:
Feb. 25 Portland, OR Star Theater
Feb. 26 Seattle, WA The Crocodile
Feb. 27 Vancouver, BC Media Club
March 2 Sacramento, CA Harlows Night Club
March 3 San Francisco, CA The Independent
March 4 Solana Beach, CA Belly Up Tavern
March 5 Los Angeles, CA Troubadour
March 7 Tucson, AZ Club Congress
March 29 Charleston, SC Spring Jam Music Fest
April 3 Charlottesville, VA The Southern
April 5 Rhythm 'n Blooms Knoxville, TN
April 25 Indio, CA Stagecoach
May 15 New York, NY Bowery Ballroom
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