Daniel Donato and Cosmic Country revisited their performance of “Gotta Get Southbound” from Raleigh, NC with new, pro-shot footage. The concert shown in the clip took place on March 4th at The Pour House Music Hall in front of an “oversold out” crowd, per the video’s description.

The track roars to life with a low hum from the frontman who is quickly gaining traction in the live music world. The song rollicks down the tracks with help from the Cosmic Country backing band, consisting of Nathan Aronowitz (keys/vocals), Will “Mustang” McGee (bass/vocals), and Noah Winner Miller (drums/percussion). The group’s layered backing vocals raise Donato’s unadulterated voice to new heights as he picks out his signature style combining elements of rockabilly with modern jam peaks.

“There is always a need for a story of departure, adventure, exploration, and freedom,” the video’s description reads. “This tune is one we’ve been cooking with for a few months, it is unreleased, but it is alive in our set each night. ‘Gotta Get Southbound’ encompasses many emotions, but mainly, it is for the soul that needs to adventure to awaken and discover a better world and reality.”

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Watch Daniel Donato and Cosmic Country perform “Gotta Get Southbound” at The Pour House in Raleigh, NC. The outfit is currently out on tour, playing its next show tonight, April 26th, in Vienna, VA. For tickets and a full list of tour dates click here.

Daniel Donato – “Gotta Get Southbound” – 3/4/22

Fans of Daniel Donato can watch him channel the Allman Brothers Band with new tribute outfit Trouble No More on Saturday, May 7th, 2022 at The Fillmore New Orleans as part of Live For Live Music‘s Fest by Nite concert series during Jazz Fest. Trouble No More will perform alongside Poppa Funk & The Night Tripper, an all-star homage to late NOLA music giants who passed away in 2019, Art Neville and Dr. John. For more information about the show, head here. For tickets, head here.

Check out a full schedule of Live For Live Music’s Fest by Nite late-night shows in New Orleans during Jazz Fest below.

Live For Live Music Fest by Nite New Orleans – 2022 Schedule

Sunday, May 1st – Keller Williams’ Grateful Gospel – The Howlin’ Wolf – Details/Tickets

Sunday, May 1st – John MedeskiStanton Moore & Skerik w/s/g MonoNeon – The Howlin’ Wolf – Details/Tickets

Tuesday, May 3rd – Daze Between Festival ft. The String Cheese Incident, Snarky Puppy, More – Faubourg Brewery – Details/Tickets

Tuesday, May 3rd – Worship My Organ ft. John MedeskiRobert Walter, More w/ Adam Deitch & Friends – One Eyed Jacks –  Details/Tickets

Wednesday, May 4th – Daze Between Festival ft. The String Cheese Incident, Lettuce, More – Faubourg Brewery – Details/Tickets

Wednesday, May 4th – The Daze Between Band ft. members of Lettuce, The Meters, Trey Anastasio Band, More – Tipitina’s – Details/Tickets

Thursday, May 5th – A Tribute to Steely Dan ft. members of Lotus, The Motet, The Nth Power, More – The Howlin’ Wolf – Details/Tickets

Friday, May 6th – Star Kitchen ft. special guests w/ new supergroup Honeypot – Maison – Details/Tickets

Saturday, May 7th – Poppa Funk & The Night Tripper: A Tribute to Art Neville & Dr. John w/ Trouble No More (Allman Brothers tribute) – The Fillmore New Orleans – Details/Tickets

Sunday, May 8th – Purple Party: A Tribute To Prince ft. members of The Motet, The Main Squeeze, The Horn Section, Magic Beans, More – Maison – Details/Tickets

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