New Frontier Touring News

    January 28, 2020

    Steve Martin and Steep Canyon Rangers to appear on Colbert

    Steep Canyon Rangers return to The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on January 29th to accompany Steve Martin as the musical guest. The show is set to air Wednesday on CBS at 11:35 pm ET.


    January 27, 2020

    Clem Snide Preview Upcoming Album ‘Forever Just Beyond’ With New Song ‘Roger Ebert’

    Clem Snide released Roger Ebert, a track off of his upcoming album “Forever Just Beyond ” on Friday afternoon. Produced by Scott Avett, the record is a work of exquisite beauty and profound questioning, a reckoning with faith and reality that rushes headlong into the unknown and the unknowable. Click here to listen to Roger Ebert and view a list of all upcoming tour dates.


    January 22, 2020

    Remember Jones performs with Bruce Springsteen to fight against Parkinson’s

    Over the past week, Bruce Springsteen made a surprise return to the Light of Day’s Winterfest, and NFT’s own Remember Jones joined him on-stage to perform. Check out more about the event and the Light of Day Foundation here.


    January 9, 2020

    Rolling Stone premieres music video for Lilly Hiatt’s new single “Brightest Star”

    Today, Lilly Hiatt premiered the music video for her new single “Brightest Star,” which will be on her new album Walking Proof. It’s an empowering song, about walking through life’s darkest moments of insecurity and self-doubt. “So give ’em hell, kid, don’t worry about the rest of it, let it roll,” she sings. “The brightest star in my whole sky is you.” Hiatt’s album Walking Proof will be out on March 27th, via New West Records. Check out the article here.


    January 8, 2020

    New Frontier Welcomes New Team Member to the Family

    On January 7th, 2020, at 8:03 pm, Agent Peter Loomis and his wife welcomed their first child William to the world. William was born at 8lbs, 60z and 19 inches long. Peter stated that, “it was a long 24 hours, but we all got some decent rest last night and Momma is feeling good too. Congrats Alyssa and Peter!


    November 18, 2019

    Riders In The Sky to Play 1000th Episode of WoodSongs

    On Tuesday, November 19th, Riders in the Sky will help The WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour usher in its historic 1000th Broadcast. Michael Johnathon, the show’s host and founder, said “Of all the artists to celebrate the 1000th broadcast with, I could not think of any other best to represent the spirit and passion of WoodSongs than Riders in the Sky.” The episode will be taped at The Lyric Theatre in Lexington, Kentucky at 6:45 pm, with doors opening at 6:20 pm.


    The Secret Sisters Ready Brandi Carlile-Produced New Album ‘Saturn Return’

    The Secret Sisters announce the release of their upcoming album “Saturn Return.” The record was produced by Brandi Carlile and recorded at her home studio in Washington state. The LP, featuring the single Cabin, will be released February 28th on New West Records. A tour will kick off shortly after starting in Brooklyn, NY. Listen to the single and view additional tour dates here.


    November 12, 2019

    The Harmaleighs perform on Chicago’s WGN9 Morning News

    Today, The Harmaleighs graced WGN9’s stage in Chicago and performed during their Morning News segment. The band performed the song “Anthem for the Weak,” from their recently released sophomore album, She Won’t Make Sense. Check out the performance here.


    October 11, 2019

    Judy Collins Releases “North West Passage” ft. Chatham County Line

    Judy Collins’ upcoming album Winter Stories consists of a 10-song set recorded alongside Norwegian singer Jonas Fjeld and special guests Chatham County Line in Asheville, N.C. The second release from the album, “North West Passage,” premiered this past Wednesday on Billboard’s website. In the article, Collins details the recording process and announces an eight-show album release run with Fjeld and Chatham County Line at Joe’s Pub in New York. Read the article and listen to the song here.


    October 9, 2019

    Riders In The Sky play for the Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Project

    Yesterday, Grand Ole Opry legends Riders in the Sky stopped by the Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Project to entertain volunteers during lunch. About the event, Too Slim said, “To have so many people with the same idea, working together, plus bringing money in…that’s where I want to be.” Check out the article and video clip here.