Muddy Magnolias. Photo credit: Josh Telles. Photo courtesy: Sacks & Co.
Muddy Magnolias. Photo credit: Josh Telles. Photo courtesy: Sacks & Co.

Kallie North and Jessy Wilson Break the Mold with their Southern Soul

Muddy Magnolias, featuring Kallie North and Jessy Wilson, have set their release date for their upcoming album Broken People on October 14.

Last night the group performed in Nashville with Eldon Thacker. They have an extensive fall/winter tour supporting their upcoming album. Musical acts that they will be sharing the stage include: Corinne Bailey Rae, Grace Potter and The Record Company.


Stream their latest track ‘Leave it to the Sky’ featuring John Legend on Soundcloud.

Scan over tour dates featuring Muddy Magnolias performing live in venues across the United States. The group will kickoff 2017 with international tour dates.

Jessy Wilson, vocalist and musician, shares insight on the development and focus for Broken People.

“The first day we wrote together, there wasn’t much thought that we were blending genres and worlds. That never came up. It was just natural. Ultimately, this album is a result of an unlikely friendship and is a testament to what can happen when you diversify your relationships.” – Jessy Wilson

Muddy Magnolias - Brother, What Happened? (Audio)

Muddy Magnolias on the Road

Tour Dates

Date | Location | Venue 

September 17—Charlotte, NC—The Neighborhood Theatre†
September 20—Niagara Falls, NY—Rapids Theater*
September 21—Canton, OH—Palace Theater*
September 22—Morgantown, WV—Morgantown Amphitheater*
September 23—Nashville, TN—AmericanaFest
September 26—Lafayette, IN—Lafayette Theater*
September 28—Omaha, NE—Sokol Auditorium*
September 29—Cedar Rapids, IA—Paramount Theatre*
September 30—Champaign, IL—Virginia Theatre*
October 15—Washington, DC—Rock & Roll Hotel
October 17—Woodstock, NY—Bearsville Theatre
October 18—Northampton, MA—Iron Horse Music Hall
October 20—Albany, NY—The Hollow
October 21—Buffalo, NY—Tralf Music Hall
October 22—Philadelphia, PA—World Café Live
October 24—Cambridge, MA—The Sinclair
October 25—Brooklyn, NY—Rough Trade
October 27—New York, NY—Bowery Ballroom
October 29—Durham, NC—Motorco
October 30—Wilmington, NC—Bourgie Nights
October 31—Charlotte, NC—Visulite Theatre
November 2—Charleston, SC—The Charleston Pourhouse
November 3—Atlanta, GA—Vinyl
November 4—Birmingham, AL —WorkPlay
November 5—Nashville, TN—3rd & Lindsley
January 30—Puerto Aventuras, Mexico—Hard Rock Hotel
February 6—Tampa, FL—Keeping The Blues Alive At Sea
†with Corinne Baily Rae
*with Grace Potter
with The Record Company
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Matthew McGuire is the founder and editor of Crescent Vale News. In 2014, he acquired a master's degree in Professional Media and Media Management from Southern Illinois University Carbondale.