It’s A Good Feeling, the new album by Virginia-based bluegrass favorites, Nothin’ Fancy, is being released worldwide today on Mountain Fever Records. The album comes just in time for avid fans to enjoy at the 17th Annual Nothin’ Fancy Bluegrass Festival in Buena Vista, VA.
Talk to any member of Nothin’ Fancy, whether a founding father or the young new bass player, and they’ll tell you that this album’s title, It’s A Good Feeling, sums up exactly how they feel about each other, what they’ve done, and where they are headed. Throughout their 20 plus years of performing professionally, their musicianship has been impressive, their songwriting has been on a steady course of perfection, and their vocals have proven to be recognizably exceptional: those are well-deserved bragging rights for a band that has had very few personnel changes over two decades and has one of the largest fan bases in bluegrass music. 
It’s A Good Feeling features three songs written by mandolin player Mike Andes, including the title track and first single, and the band’s guitarist, Caleb Cox contributes two. The balance of the album is filled with material that so perfectly fits the ensemble, you’d think they composed every song while the writers merely held the pen. That’s an amazing credit to the songwriters and a true testament to a band that knows what works. It’s A Good Feeling will no doubt make many of Nothin’ Fancy’s fans very happy this week as the band celebrates the official release at their 17th Annual Nothin’ Fancy Bluegrass Festival. This event draws several thousand patrons to the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia where guests enjoy three full days of national touring bands, headlined by the event’s hosts, Nothin’ Fancy. 

It’s A Good Feeling is available to radio programmers who may download the album via AirplayDirect or by emailing for a digital download. Consumers may purchase It’s A Good Feeling wherever great music is sold. For more information on Nothin’ Fancy and the 17th Annual Nothin’ Fancy bluegrass festival, please visit For more information on Mountain Fever Records, visit