The Secret Sisters At Grand Ole Opry


Laura and Lydia Rogers are a traditional country singing duo. Their music recalls early country and American roots music, with smooth, seamless harmonies that have enchanted audiences across America. The sisters grew up in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, in a music-loving family that instilled in the girls a love for all types of music. The Rogers sisters got a recording contract after Laura wowed producers at a Nashville audition. The record execs had been looking for something different but were so impressed with Laura, who had auditioned alone because Lydia was delayed, that they immediately invited Laura to return to Nashville and agreed to let her bring her sister along when she did. The Secret Sisters' self-titled album was recorded using classic analog techniques and equipment, right down to vintage '50s-era microphones and the same type of tape that studios would have used 50 years ago. Those recording methods are true to the Secret Sisters' type of music, charmingly reminiscent of the music of the past and strongly influenced by place and family connections. The album includes ballads, cover songs, and two of Laura Rogers' original creations, “Tennessee Me” and “Waste the Day.”

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