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article imageReview: The Wild Feathers rock The Paramount on Long Island Special

By Markos Papadatos     Sep 22, 2018 in Music
Huntington - The Wild Feathers opened for country star Kip Moore at The Paramount in Huntington on Long Island, as part of his headlining "After The Sunburn Tour."
The quartet of musicians is made up of Taylor Burns, Joel King, Ricky Young, and Ben Dumas. They opened their set with "No Man's Land," where they were able to instantly lure their listeners into their show.
Other stand-out songs included "Quittin' Time," with their soaring harmonies, as well as the mid-tempo yet soothing "Wildfire," and "Stand By You," which was pure ear candy due to its infectious hooks.
One of the highlight moments in the show was when they covered Tom Petty's classic tune "I Won't Back Down," which was the heart and soul of Heartland rock. Anybody who was unfamiliar with The Wild Feathers' music, instantly became a fan of theirs after this impressive performance, where they did the late rock icon Tom Petty justice.
Equally noteworthy was "Kitchen Breeze." They closed with "Happy Again" and their hit single "The Ceiling," both of which were well-received.
Overall, The Wild Feathers were able to warm up the stage for chart-topping country artist Kip Moore. They rocked in the best country way possible. Their live set on Long Island garnered two thumbs up.
DJ Sandra Dee, who was present at the concert, remarked, "The Wild Feathers were fresh, rocking and commanding. The Wild Feathers are exactly what they are: wild."
Their album, Greetings from the Neon Frontier, is available on iTunes.
To learn more about The Wild Feathers, their music and show dates, check out their official website.
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