Curb Records Signs Little Feather To Roster, Debuts Single

New Curb Records group Little Feather, anchored by lead vocalist Liz Sharpe, is premiering their debut single, “Hillbilly Love Song (Hey Y’all),” on Huffington Post.com today. The song is the first single from their self-titled debut, which is set for release September 29.

The acoustic-driven band is fronted by Sharpe, a coal miner’s daughter from Pikeville, Kentucky, who has lent her harmonies to acts as diverse as Holly Williams and Michael Bolton. Sharpe penned a song titled “Float Along, Little Feather,” and upon careful listening she knew she was onto a sound she wanted to explore deeper. She and her husband, Aaron Spraggs (drums), approached Dylan Rowe (bass player), Sam Brooker (rhythm guitar and harmony), Shannon Campbell (guitar, mandolin, banjo, harmony and Glen Campbell’s son), and Pat Boyer (guitar and slide), and Little Feather was born.

The band has already made waves on 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 have already amassed nearly two million views and have received a Silver Telly Award in the Music Video category at the 38th Annual Telly Awards honoring the best in film and video.

“Words can’t express how happy my band and I are to share our music with the world,” says Sharpe. “The music has been incubating for awhile now, but Little Feather is getting ready to fly!”

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