The Secret Sisters

The Secret Sisters – Videos and message

Hi everybody,
The Secret Sisters finished this part of their tour yesterday.
Here is a little message:
“Tonight was the last night of what has been an incredible run of headlining shows. We’ve been excited and humbled by all you sweet people who came to see us, and can’t wait to hit more cities in a few weeks. Many thanks to Columbus for a killer finale show, and to Cakes by Bess, for these cupcakes and the best apple pie we’ve ever tasted. (614-246-1164 or bethanylovelace@gmail.com if you wanna try it yourself, and you should!). We love you all dearly, and will see you soon!”

And here is another video from their performance at the dePaul College in Chicago this week. Thanks Terry Morrow!

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The Secret Sisters at dePratschool-Sept.2014

The Secret Sisters at DePaul College Prep – 7 Sept. 2014

Hi everybody,
The Secret Sisters visited the DePaul College Prep at the 5th of Sept. 2014 and together with the students they sang “Rattle my bones”.
Here it is.

And here is a review about their performance at the Folk and Roots Festival last saturday.
Folk and Roots Festival – 6 Sept. 2014
The headliner on the small third stage set up in the concourse was the best of all. The Secret Sisters are an Americana-music group led by a pair of sisters whose harmony singing has drawn comparisons to the Everly Brothers (though the Jaynetts were the comparison that immediately popped in my head. If I may switch into A&R mode for a moment, I’m asking God, or T-Bone Burnett, to get these women in the studio to cut “Sally Go Round the Roses”). Sisters Laura and Lydia Rogers and their four-piece band performed a set of original material and rearranged versions of country classics like Hank Williams’ “Why Don’t You Love Me” and Johnny Cash’s “Big River.”

The Secret Sisters – The Glorious and Harmonious Sisters Laura and Lydia Rogers