Saturday, 30 September 2017

Little Feather releases SELF TITLED debut album on September 29

Ultimate free-spirited band showcases musicianship, personalities, 
ancestry and award winning social series

Premiering October 1 at 8 p.m. CDT

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Sept. 29, 2017)

Curb Records' award winning band, Little Feather, released their SELF-TITLED debut album digitally Friday, September 29. The Huffington Post says, "If you took a salt shaker and threw in some Loretta Lynn, Patty Loveless and Little Big Town and shook it up, what just might come out is the sound of Curb Records’ newest act, Little Feather."
Music Row Magazine calls the debut "old school country soul."

On Sept 29 they were hanging out live with the one and only Bill Cody on 650AM WSM Radio at 9AM to talk about the album and play you a few tunes.
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The easy-going, fun-loving band has been blowing up social media with their innovative "Drive-Thru Concert" series on Facebook and YouTube. They literally pile into a van, order a meal, and then pick and sing their way to the drive-thru window causing impromptu reactions by employees who can’t help but start dancing and singing along with them. The videos, which have amassed over two million views, have gone over so well that earlier this month Little Feather enjoyed their first taste of success by winning a Silver Telly Award in the Music Video category at the 38th Annual Telly Awards that honors the best in film and video. In the same category, the band also won a Communicator Award. The Communicator Awards is the leading international awards program recognizing big ideas in marketing and communications.

The songs on their debut project, Little Feather, run an emotional and stylistic gamut. The ability to craft their own songs is something the band takes a great degree of pride in. 
Take a listen to their music and you’ll hear why this new generation of rustic, heart-on-the-sleeve, Country-meets-Americana sound caught the ear of legendary executive producer and Curb record label CEO, Jim Ed Norman.

Release Date: 29 Sept 2017
Label: Curb
Debut #111 US Country iTunes (#1040 overall US Albums chart)
11 Tracks/ Time: 34:05

The track listing and songwriters 
for the 11-Song collection, Little Feather:

1. Hillbilly Love Song (Hey Y'all) - Liz Sharpe, Aaron Spraggs, Luc Nyhus, Will Rambeaux, Dylan Rowe, Sam Brooker
2. Try Me - Liz Sharpe, Sherrie Austin, Will Rambeaux
3. Get Out Of My Sunshine - Liz Sharpe, Sherrie Austin, Will Rambeaux
4. Diggin' - Liz Sharpe, Aaron Spraggs, Will Rambeaux, Luc Nyhus
5. Breathin' Air - Liz Sharpe, Sam Brooker, Will Rambeaux
6. Touch The Moon - Liz Sharpe, Sherrie Austin, Will Rambeaux
7. Roll River Roll - Liz Sharpe, Aaron Spraggs, Will Rambeaux, Luc Nyhus
8. Bend With The Wind - Liz Sharpe, Aaron Spraggs, Dylan Rowe, Will Rambeaux, Seth Costner
9. ASAP - Liz Sharpe, Sherrie Austin, Will Rambeaux, Aaron Spraggs
10. Waitin' On Love - Liz Sharpe, Will Rambeaux
11. Love Travels - Liz Sharpe, Matraca Berg, Lori McKenna

Little Feather stars in the new episode of the DittyTV Concert Series. Recorded in the DittyTV studios in Memphis, TN, the show will premiere Sunday, October 1st at 8 p.m. CDT. They perform several songs from their debut, self-titled album released today.

Little Feather DittyTV trailer:

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Country singer-songwriter Liz Sharpe, a.k.a. Little Feather, literally has music in her blood. From the tiny Appalachian town of Pikeville, Kentucky, she was born into the fabled singing dynasty that includes Loretta Lynn and Patty Loveless (her second cousins) and she has been making music practically since she emerged from the womb.
At age three she announced to her unsuspecting parents “Mama, I am music”, and her daddy promptly went out and sold his guitar and accordion to buy his daughter her first piano.
After years of singing and playing organ in the church choir she ran off to college in Australia (she wanted to learn to surf) and studied classical piano and composition for film. But like most country musicians she eventually retraced her roots and found her way to Nashville, Tennessee. She joined forces with her two best musical compadres and has found her musical home with her own band, Little Feather.
Evoking the ghosts of her Appalachian/Cherokee past, the modern-vintage yodel and stomp of Little Feather is the sound of Allison Krauss sitting in with Mumford and Sons in Fleetwood Mac’s basement. Country as cornbread but fresh as tomorrow’s twitter feed, Little Feather is creating quite a buzz in the Nashville music community and beyond. Liz Sharpe, the little girl from Pikeville, Kentucky, has come into her own as a singer, writer and performer and with Little Feather she has found her wings.

The organically-acoustic driven band is rich in heritage, connecting the young Pikeville, Kentucky lead songstress, Liz Sharpe, to award-winning traditionalist Patty Loveless and to the Queen of Country herself, Loretta Lynn. And, as if that wasn’t impressive enough, Shannon Campbell (guitar, mandolin, banjo and harmony) happens to be the son of musical icon, Glen Campbell. The rest of the band is comprised of Sharpe’s husband, Aaron Spraggs (drums), Dylan Rowe (bass player), Sam Brooker (rhythm guitar and harmony) and Pat Boyer (guitar and slide). - PHOTOS

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