14
Jul

Listen to my Dad and I on Music Business Radio on Nashville’s Lightning 100!

13
Jan

Happy New Year!

13
Nov
Be sure to come see Lilly at a show near you!

Nov 13 at Off Broadway in St. Louis, MO
Nov 30 at the 5Spot in Nashville, TN

Dec 4 at 3rd and Lindsley in Nashville, TN
Dec 5 at The Basement in Nashville, TN
Feb 25 at the Birchmere Music Hall in Alexandria, VA
Feb 26 at the Ram’s Head Tavern in Annapolis, MD
Feb 27 at World Cafe Live in Philadelphia, PA

Feb 28 at City Winery in New York, NY
Be sure to come see Lilly at a show near you!
Nov 13 at Off Broadway in St. Louis, MO
Nov 30 at the 5Spot in Nashville, TN
Dec 4 at 3rd and Lindsley in Nashville, TN
Dec 5 at The Basement in Nashville, TN
Feb 25 at the Birchmere Music Hall in Alexandria, VA
Feb 26 at the Ram’s Head Tavern in Annapolis, MD
Feb 27 at World Cafe Live in Philadelphia, PA
Feb 28 at City Winery in New York, NY
30
Sep

Lilly Hiatt will be featured on Fearless Radio!

Lilly Hiatt will be featured on Fearless Radio in Chicago on Oct. 23 at 1pm. Tune in to listen and make sure you check out her shows with Shawn Colvin on Oct. 22nd & 23rd at City Winery!  To tweet questions during her interview, go HERE and make sure you grab tickets to the show HERE.

01
Jul

Lilly Hiatt - “Jesus Wouldn’t Let Me Pick The Restaurant”

01
Jul

Lilly Hiatt - “The Axe”

17
May

Lilly performs “Big Bad Wolf” live

03
May

SXSW Coverage

Here are some awesome articles from Lilly’s SXSW 2013 performances!

Roy Kasten’s article for the Riverfront Times on SXSW 2013 that includes a review of one of Lilly’s performances: CLICK HERE

Lilly catches the attention of Esquire’s David Coggins: CLICK HERE

USA Today’s Mike Snider covers the New West Records party at Threadgill’s. Includes a video of John Hiatt joining Lilly on stage: CLICK HERE

Joe Robinson of diffuser.fm names Lilly’s acoustic guitar one of the “sharpest axes” of SXSW 2013: CLICK HERE

31
Jan

Lilly Hiatt talks about the writing process behind the song “Master,” track 8 on her debut album “Let Down.”

29
Jan

LILLY HIATT’S “MASTER” FROM DEBUT ALBUM “LET DOWN”

About

It took Lilly Hiatt quite sometime to come to terms with her Nashville status. After her initial flee, she came to embrace the fact that home truly is where the heart is, and eventually returned to Tennesssee. Hiatt enjoyed some successes as a solo artist, including a shared stage with Emmylous Harris and Jim Lauderdale, as well as a guest appearance on the Craig Ferguson show. Upon her introduction to North Carolina guitarist, Beth Finney, a new beast began to form. Hiatt's aching melodies combined with Finney's tender yet turbulent guitar licks yielded a sound that the two were unable to find prior: women shedding their childhood skin and coming into the unraveled and emotional world of adulthood. Soon after, the girls hooked up with drummer Jon Radford (Charles Walker and the Dynamites, Drew Holcombe Band) and bass player Jake Bradley (Over the Rhine). The Pony Stampede had begun. Since then, The Dropped Ponies have graced the stage of the Ryman, opened for Lyle Lovett, and enjoyed success over seas. They currently reside in Nashville, TN where they completed their debut album, "Let Down". Produced by Doug Lancio (Patty Griffin, Gretchen Peters), the album was released in September 2012.

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