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Donovan Farley explores the world of this sister-duo with a unique approach to their craft that’s worth digging into.
The single is from the duo’s upcoming album, ‘Wider Circles.’
The soulful sisters of Rising Appalachia and their band have announced a new album, Wider Circles, and the Wider Circles Rail Tour.
We share the story, images, audio and video from one of the most beautiful live music settings in the world.
About Rising Appalachia
Sisters Leah and Chloe grew up in the Southern United States, but have spent years traveling the world inspired by international roots music. As a result they project a sensual prowess onto the stage & ignite their fans with every live performance. Their unique and beautiful sound is illuminated through poetic & soulful vocals, spoken word, and an eclectic array of instrumentation including banjos, fiddles, various drums, kalimbas, & beatboxing.
As an intentionally self-managed and produced act for the past six years they have released five albums, a full length documentary DVD & have been featured on national radios programs such as NPR’s “All Songs Considered.” Rising Appalachia has appeared at some of most renowned national and international festivals including Burning Man, Lightning in a Bottle, Symbiosis Gathering, Joshua Tree Music Festival, Envision Festival, Ozara Festival in Hungary, & The Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Jam titans Phish will celebrate the end of 2018 and the beginning of 2019 with four shows at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
The lineup for the seventh annual WinterWonderGrass Steamboat/Colorado has been revealed.
Dave Matthews Band detailed a 10-city tour spanning late-November through mid-December.
Kelley Lauginiger interviews Rob Compa and Eli Winderman of the currently-on-hiatus Dopapod.
All reportedly went well with Dickey Betts’ brain surgery on Friday.