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Secret Sisters take off for Letterman

Wednesday, November 3, 2010 – The Secret Sisters will take a night off from their tour with Ray LaMontagne to join Paul Shaffer and the CBS Orchestra to perform on CBS' Late Show with David Letterman this Friday, Nov. 5.

The duo from Muscle Shoals, Ala. will make their late night debut with a performance of their self-penned Tennessee Me from their current self-titled release, which came out Oct. 12.

"This entire experience has been a dream come true," said Lydia Rogers, one half of The Secret Sisters.

"More than a dream, because even in our wildest dreams we would have never imagined all these amazing things would come true," said Laura Rogers. "We are truly blessed and thankful to have this opportunity."

Upcoming tour dates are:
Nov. 5 Ruth Eckerd Hall Clearwater, FL*
Nov. 7 Saenger Theatre Mobile, AL*
Nov. 8 BJCC Concert Hall Birmingham, AL*
Nov. 10 Orpheum Theatre Memphis, TN*
Nov. 11 Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie Grand Prairie, TX*
Nov. 12 Bass Concert Hall Austin, TX*
Nov. 20 Kent State University Kent, OH (with The Cave Singers, The Dreadlock Dave and John Welton Duo)
Dec. 7 Fort Smith Convention Center with Willie Nelson, Ft. Smith, AR
Dec. 8 Crossroads Arena with Willie Nelson, Corinth, MS
Dec. 9 Arkansas State University with Willie Nelson, Mountain Home, AR
Dec. 10 First Council Casino with Willie Nelson, Newkirk, OK
Dec. 11 Oil Palace with Willie Nelson, Tyler, TX
Jan. 12 Loveless Cafe Barn, Nashville, TN
March 4 Ulster Performing Arts Center with Loretta Lynn, Kingston, NY
March 5 Calvin Theatre with Loretta Lynn, Northampton, MA
March 19 Penn's Peak with Loretta Lynn, Jim Thorpe, PA

*denotes a date with The Levon Helm Band and Ray LaMontagne & The Pariah Dogs


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CD review - Quicksand It may be a little jarring to hear The Secret Sisters harmonizing over the machine-like percussion of "Heavy Balloon," a Fiona Apple track taken from that singer/songwriter's esteemed "Fetch the Boltcutters" album. Although also colored by soulful organ and sparse electric guitar, these sonic elements cannot suppress distinctive sibling harmonies so familiar to fans of this duo. It's one of four fine tracks from a brief EP release. The project's title ...
CD review - Saturn Return Building off the framework built on their critically acclaimed 2017 release, "You Don't Own Me Anymore," The Secret Sisters, (sisters Laura and Lydia Rogers), return with "Saturn Return." Joined again by musical friends Brandi Carlile and Carlile band mates Phil Hanseroth, and Tim Hanseroth in the production booth, the duo lays out an album that delivers big on soulful harmonies, honest lyricism and an eclectic folk, pop and country soundscape. Featuring 10 tightly knit ...
CD review - You Don't Own Me Anymore Three albums into their career, the evolution of The Secret Sisters provide a thoroughly enjoyable experience for the listener. The beauty of their harmonies was evident from the first note, but their songwriting has progressed to the point that it deserves equal attention. "You Don't Own Me Anymore" is a high point for both their singing and writing abilities, mixing classic country music with modern Americana with a heavy dose of Faulkner-esque Southern Gothic atmosphere. ...


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