The Wild Feathers Feel "Blessed" for Their Success
Rising country-rock band The Wild Feathers made their Bonnaroo debut this past weekend, but it's been a long time coming for the Nashville-based four piece. Over the last few years, they've gained a steady following in the U.S as well as Europe, where they recently played one of their favorite gigs ever.
Fuse's Esteban Serrano catches up with the band backstage and they share how a crowd in Spain made their night. "It was a surreal, emotional moment," they said of realizing that Spanish fans knew their lyrics. "They gave us the 'ole ole' chant afterwards."
The Wild Feathers are actually composed of three former lead singers, but instead of having the "too many cooks in the kitchen" syndrome, they make it work. "It's an absolute advantage," they said. "We did our own thing for awhile and we didn't get half of what we do now. We have a special relationship in the band so I guess it works."
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