The self-titled album, performed by the Rodger Sisters, Lydia and Laura from Muscle Shoals, Alabama, is a great collection of tunes sang in beautiful harmony with melodies to match. Their original cut “Tennessee Me” is a well-written, traditional, country-style ballad that will leave you wanting to hear more. The sister’s unique style can be compared to Loretta Lynn, Wanda Jackson and Patsy Cline, with harmonies like the Everly Brothers. This CD is fashioned from early-style country with a fresh, new twist. With vocal like this they won’t be secret for long, besides everyone knows you can’t beat sibling harmonies. You can check them out on their site: www.secretsistersband.com.
Janie Fricke, known to many in the country world for her hits in the ‘80s, is taking a spin at bluegrass with some fresh interpretations […]
Award-winning singer/songwriter Jamey Johnson is joined by some of the greatest names in country music on his new album, Living For a Song: A Tribute […]
There are many reasons our great city of Nashville is referred to as Music City, USA, and one of them is the fact that musicians and songwriters from all over the world travel here to record. This month’s spotlight is on world-renowned pianist Jan Rietman, who has played a key role in the music scene in Belgium […] […]