Secret Sisters Ticket Giveaway – War Memorial Auditorium/Nashville

If you live in, or are visiting, Nashville early next month you might want to set aside some time to see Secret Sisters play the beautiful War Memorial Auditorium on Sept. 6th. if you want a chance to win two tickets to that event just leave a comment below on what you like about the Secret Sisters. A post will be chosen at random on Friday 8/17 12PM PST. Be sure to leave an email address so I can contact the lucky winner.

I’m assuming the Sisters will be performing songs from their upcoming Brandi Carlile produced second release, which is scheduled for a fall 2012 release.

The first time I saw the Muscle Shoals, Alabama’s Secret Sisters ( Laura Rogers Lydia Rogers) was at a GRAMMY event for the Recording Academy Producers & Engineers honoring T Bone Burnett. Burnett’s then recent protégés had just released their self-titled debut album which featured him at the production helm. The Secret Sisters opened the event and I saw what he saw in the performers. Jaded industry folks stopped hobnobbing and stood entranced by the delicate harmony and winning personalities. I was a fan.

The duo recently released a 7 inch with Jack White at Third Man Records and also played White and and Karen Elson’s divorce party. (apparently this was only a rumor) The Sisters also had their song “Tomorrow Will Be Kinder”, inspired by the Alabama tornado outbreak, featured on the T Bone produced soundtrack for The Hunger Games.

Here’s “Black And Blue,” a new song from the The Secret Sister’s upcoming album live from the stage at Wakarusa

7 thoughts on “Secret Sisters Ticket Giveaway – War Memorial Auditorium/Nashville

  1. Kristen Chapman
    August 13, 2012 at 11:39 am

    What I love about the Secret Sisters? Retro sound, retro style & rich harmonies!

  2. Larry Haynes
    August 14, 2012 at 11:53 am

    LOVE the harmonies and song selection on the debut album. Looking forward to the upcoming release.

  3. Caitlin
    August 14, 2012 at 2:31 pm

    Love their fresh take on retro music!

  4. Curley
    August 16, 2012 at 2:49 pm

    I love that my favorite track on their debut, which I assumed was a cover of a classic old-school country song that I’d somehow missed, was in fact written by the sisters themselves. I’m talking about “Waste the Day.”

  5. Sarah
    August 17, 2012 at 9:14 am

    I love their harmonies! Their music is totally unique in today’s musical landscape.

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