The country rock band Little Feat will be accompanied on a short tour of the United States by Miko Marks in early 2023. In April, they’ll be on the road for their Boogie Your Spring Away Tour, which will make stops in cities like Annapolis, Erie, Lorain, Syracuse, Troy, New Brunswick, New Haven, Jim Thorpe, Virginia Beach, Roanoke, Wilmington, and Charleston. The band will finish the 45th-anniversary tour for their album “Waiting For Columbus,” featuring support from Ida Mae, Amy Helm, and Raye Zaragoza.
The first live album by Little Feat was titled “Waiting For Columbus” and was released in 1978. It featured fan favorites, including “Fat Man in the Bathtub,” “Spanish Moon,” “Dixie Chicken,” and “Feats Don’t Fail Me Now.” This album was first released in 2002 with six new tracks, and it was recorded live at seven separate concerts in 1977. Bill Payne, the only original member still performing with the group, has joined the current roster with Kenny Gradney, Sam Clayton, Fred Tackett, Scott Sharrard, and Tony Leonard.
Tiny Bottom Row Chairs
Experiences from Little Feat’s floor seats may be once-in-a-lifetime opportunities. Having a seat on the floor or in the first row is often the most expensive way to see a performance. Tickets to see Little Feat could cost as much as $1,000 if they’re in the first row or center stage.
How long does Little Feat show typically last?
The typical length of a Little Feat show is between two and three hours, though this may vary based on the number of support bands, any additional songs performed, etc.
When and where can I get tickets to see Little Feat?
The best places to look for and get Little Feat tickets are on secondary ticket marketplaces like SeatGeek, StubHub, Livenation, Ticketmaster, Ticketnetwork, Vividseats, and Viagogo.
What songs would you recommend if you were at a Little Feat performance?
One may expect to hear hits like “Shake Me Up,” “Woman in Love,” “Texas Twister,” “Rad Gumbo,” “One Clear Moment,” “Long Time Till I Get Over You,” “Let It Roll,” “Hate to Lose Your Lovin’,” and “Roll & Roll Doctor” at a Little Feat concert. In 1992, Little Feat and Travis Tritt collaborated on a country single called Bible Belt.
In 1969, Roy Estrada, Lowell George, Richie Hayward, and Bill Payne formed the band called Little Feat. When Payne tried out for Frank Zappa’s band, the Mother of Invention, he met George, a band member for which he ultimately did not cut. Estrada was also a member of the Mothers, while Hayward was a holdover from George’s previous group, The Factory. After that, Little Feat went through a few different iterations, but the band is still going strong and playing for its fans today. Fans have enjoyed Little Feat’s varied style of rock & roll for the better half of a century, except for a brief hiatus between 1979 and 1987.