Secret Sisters singing duo ‘on the fast track to success’
The Birmingham News features The Secret Sisters, a singing duo “on the fast track to success.”
Laura and Lydia Rogers got their start singing a cappella in church and still can be found in the pews of the North Carolina Church of Christ in Killen, Ala.:
These days, the Secret Sisters have the market cornered on “pinch me” moments.
They’ll be minding their own business, working on a song or two, and suddenly realize — hey! — the guy at the microphone next to them is Elvis Costello.
Or Levon Helm. Or Jakob Dylan. Or Willie Nelson. Or Chris Thile. Or Ray LaMontagne.
The sisters from the Shoals, known at home as Laura and Lydia Rogers, have become accepted, admired and adopted into a rarefied circle of performers.
It still seems curious to them, but the Secret Sisters are a phenomenon nurtured by two highly influential names in the music world: Jack White and T Bone Burnett.
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FeedbackI love their sound. There is nothing like family voices harmonizing.Erlene CooperFebruary, 7 2011They sound great. Hope they go far…Paul SwannFebruary, 7 2011LIke! Very nice sound, very smooth, gentle and beautiful harmony.AndrewFebruary, 12 2011