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Raging Fire, Lilly Hiatt, The Medium, Robyn Hitchcock and more rock free concerts all over town

“The evil-looking radar maps on Friday night’s weather report made The Spin concerned about how the 10th annual Record Store Day would go down, since we’ve come to view this second Christmas for record collectors as our very own mini-SXSW with a choice lineup of free concerts all over town. Turns out we didn’t have much to worry about, as local record shops put backup plans into effect, keeping folks (mostly) protected from the elements on Saturday. The chilly damp punctuated by occasional downpours surely kept some folks at home, but everywhere we went, we saw bustling crowds and smiling faces peering from beneath ponchos and umbrellas, bopping along to a plethora of the best rock bands you could hear anywhere.” – Read more at Nashville Scene

Rolling Stone on Lilly Hiatt

“Lilly Hiatt, Blank Range Embody Nashville’s Best at SXSW Showcase” 

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Magical Musical Moments In A Nashville Mansion

Lilly Hiatt joined the Luck Mansion sessions for one of the coolest things at AmericanaFest 2016. In the parlor of an old mansion in East Nashville, the label Third Man Records and the mansion’s hosts, the organization Luck Reunion, paired musicians together to record a song. But it was more social and way more laid-back than just that, with time and space for musicians to hang out, jam, talk, drink and eat together while figuring out what they would commit to tape…

Check out the full article from NPR right HERE.

Royal Blue: Three Chords and the Truth UK Review

Check out Three Chords and the Truth UK’s kind review of my album “Royal Blue”, which will be coming to Europe on June 3rd. Read the full article HERE.

Europeans Tour Dates

Jun 02 – Den Haag, Netherlands

Jun 03 – Spijkerboor, Netherlands

June 04 – Baarn, Netherlands

Jun 05 – Hoorn, Netherlands

Jun 06 – Warmond, Netherlands

Jun 07 – Norderstedt, Germany

Jun 09 – Bath, UK

Jun 10 – Lindsey, UK

Jun 11 – Leeds, UK

Jun 12 – Birmingham, UK

Jun 14 – London, UK

Jun 15 – Biddulph, UK

Jun 16 – Bristol, UK

Jun 18 – Pulham St. Mary, UK

Jun 19 – Harrogate, UK

Jun 21 – Edinburgh, UK

Jun 22 – Aberdeen, UK

Jun 23 – Glasgow, UK

Get your tickets HERE.

Royal Blue June 3rd Europe release

My first Dutch review is in and my album “Royal Blue” will be available in Europe on June 3rd! So excited to be coming to the Netherlands this June! Check out the article and list of dates right here.

Noisetrade premieres unreleased songs from Lilly Hiatt



Visit Noisetrade to listen and download the unreleased tracks!

LILLY HIATT ROCKS HER PETTY STYLE

“There is nothing better than finding a solid second-hand shop, and something about OMG takes the cake. It’s been a favorite of mine since moving to East Nashville, and I was excited to hear the same from Lilly. For starters, the floor is entirely made up of gold glitter. Their racks are typically a treasure cove of lace, denim, leather, and patterns. And fellas … yes, there is tons of shopping for you, as well. Just when you thought it couldn’t get any better, it’s also awesome for picking up used vinyl, locally made jewelry, and vintage home goodies.” Read more on thebluegrasssituation.com

Royal Blue makes Alt Country and Beyond’s “Best Albums of 2015”

“In Royal Blue, Hiatt’s songs dissect the pieces of a broken relationship with infectious melodies and melodic electric guitar.” Read more on Alt Country and Beyond.

Bitter Southerner places “Royal Blue” among best southern albums of 2015

Royal Blue made @TheBitterSoutherner’s Best Southern Albums of 2015 list. What an honor to have my album among this amazing list of artists! Check out the full list here.

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“Royal Blue” makes top Americana albums for POPMATTERS

The daughter of Americana royalty, Lilly Hiatt recalls another famous musical offspring: Rosanne Cash, circa Seven Year Ache. On her own musical merits, Hiatt’s sophomore album Royal Blueexposes emotional insecurities (“Far Away”), lingering doubts (“Get This Right”) and her own ancestry (“Somebody’s Daughter”). While upholding thematic tradition, Hiatt tackles love lost on the lonesome “Your Choice” and revenge on murder ballad “Too Bad”, yet casts aside any notion of customary arrangements with synths from producer Adam Landry featured as prominently as guitars. Accenting..(Read more on POPMATTERS..)