New Frontier Touring News


August 25, 2016

Liz Longley Premieres Her New Album, “Weightless” On PopMatters

PopMatters is streaming Liz Longley’s new album, Weightless! 

Listen here.


August 23, 2016

Smooth Hound Smith Featured In The Tennessean

Smooth Hound Smith’s story of their move “from Waffle Houses to arenas with Dixie Chicks”  was featured in The Tennessean.

Read the article here.


Something Else! Reviews Seth Walker

Seth Walker’s upcoming album, Gotta Get Back was reviewed by Something Else!

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August 16, 2016

Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad Premiere New Single On Live For Live Music

Live For Live Music premiered Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad’s new single, “Live and Travel” from their upcoming new album, Make It Better. The album is set to release September 16th on Rootfire Cooperative.

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August 15, 2016

The Alternate Root Features Seth Walker’s Song, “High Time”

The Alternate Root included Seth Walker’s song, “High Time” in their “Top 10 Songs of the Week.”

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August 11, 2016

Yarn Featured By No Depression

Check out Yarn’s interview with No Depression about their album, This is the Year.

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Ages And Ages Premiere New Album, “Something To Ruin”

You can exclusively stream @agesandages Something To Ruin NOW via @noisetrade!

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August 10, 2016

The Delta Saints Premiere Their New Live Video For “Dust”

Live For Live Music premiered The Delta Saints live video for their song, “Dust” from their special edition release of their album Bones with Loud & Proud Records.

Watch the video here.


Riders In The Sky Perform Their 7,000th Career Performance!

Riders In The Sky “turned over the odometer” once again, clocking their 7,000th appearance on August 6th, in Blowing Rock, North Carolina.  In a career of 38 and 3/4 years, that comes to an average of just a fraction over 180 dates a year.  “A triumph of stubbornness” proclaimed founding member Ranger Doug, who attributes their longevity to a deep commitment to the music of the west, and kids who are still in high school and college.  Keeping the same lineup for all those years is an almost unheard of rarity outside of family bands, and the Riders attribute their ability to get along to getting separate hotel rooms on the road.  Like the Kansas state motto:  Ad astra per aspera.


August 5, 2016

Riders In The Sky “Anchor Artist” For Nashville Library Courtyard Concerts!

Riders In The Sky will be performing at the Nashville Public Library’s 13th annual Courtyard Concert series! The series offers nine Tuesdays of 75-minute lunchtime musical treats for anyone who wants to head down to the Main Library on Church Street for some free music.

The concerts run from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m.on Tuesdays through Oct. 4 in the courtyard upstairs at the Main Library at 615 Church St.

Read the full article here.