The Wild Feathers are somewhat of a musical secret right now, although I can’t imagine that lasting much longer. Along with radio success in their adopted hometown of Nashville and beyond, they’ve also been welcomed on a bunch of soundstages lately, from NBC’s Late Night With Seth Myers and ABC’s Nashville to DirecTV’s Guitar Center Sessions and VH1’s Big Morning Buzz.
With shades of ‘70s AM radio, “Left My Woman” is one of those songs that will keep camera operators on their toes. Rather than a typical band with a lead singer and assorted backup players, almost everyone in the Wild Feathers steps up to the microphone to sing, sometimes even swapping vocalists from line to line. Of course, the harmonies are undeniable, which you’d expect from such a well-traveled band.
This summer, the Wild Feathers will hit the road for gigs with Sheryl Crow and the Zac Brown Band along with sets at festivals like Firefly and Bonnaroo. They’re headlining quite a few shows in the Midwest, too. At the end of July, they’re booked for Splendour in the Grass in Australia.
Check out “Left My Woman” from VH1’s Big Morning Buzz, taped at the network’s New York City studio.