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Watch Sister Sparrow perform “Gold” and “Frankie” from their latest studio album during a live session for WFUV.
Watch the official video for the title track from Sister Sparrow’s 2018 album ‘Gold.’
Sister Sparrow mastermind/frontwoman Arleigh Kincheloe stars in the video for ‘Gold’ track “Ghost.”
Release Day Picks this week highlights new albums by Elvis Costello & The Imposters, Eric Clapton, Kurt Vile & The Violators, Blues Traveler, St. Vincent, Sister Sparrow, Aqueous and Tom Morello.
Sister Sparrow will team up with The Dirty Birds for a three-show New Year’s Run including a visit to Levon Helm Studios.
Brooklyn-based soul singer Sister Sparrow unveiled “Bad Habit,” the third single off the forthcoming ‘Gold.’
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About Sister Sparrow
Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds is a seven-piece powerhouse that puts a modern spin on classic soul. The band is led by Arleigh Kincheloe (Sister Sparrow), whose astoundingly powerful voice and sly demeanor make for a spellbinding presence onstage. She is backed by the mighty force of The Dirty Birds, a flock of seven men who masterfully lay down thundering grooves and soaring melodies. While each of the Birds are capable of lighting up the stage with jaw-dropping displays of musicianship, it’s clear they’re all focused on delivering the band’s infectious music as a single entity. Simply put, the band’s live show is explosive.
The band has earned a reputation as a true road-warrior. Since they started touring in 2011, Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds has played 150 shows each year all across the US (45 states so far) and Canada. Along the way, they’ve racked up a formable list of festival appearances, including Bonnaroo, Firefly, Mountain Jam, Voodoo Experience, Bear Creek, Gathering of the Vibes, Telluride Jazz, and late night sets at Austin City Limits and Jazz Fest in New Orleans. They’ve also shared the stage with Donald Fagen (Steely Dan) and Warren Haynes at a Midnight Ramble at Levon Helm’s Studio, played with Gov’t Mule at the Beacon Theatre in New York, and opened for a long list of tremendous acts like The Avett Brothers, Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue, Dr. John, Fitz and the Tantrums, Counting Crows, JJ Grey and Mofro, moe., Soulive, Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings, and the Funky Meters. Equally at home in the studio as they are onstage, their EP Fight (2013) was produced by Grammy award-winner and former American Idol Judge Randy Jackson.
The band is building a following the old-fashioned way – and the demand for their infectious music has kept them on a relentless tour schedule across the country. Fueled by the band’s boundless energy, every show turns into a wild dance party, and the Dirty Birds are establishing a rabid following of fans eager to receive a potent dose of good times, delivered by the band night after night.
Sister Sparrow’s commanding style alone is more than enough to dazzle audiences, but the magic doesn’t end with her: the band’s palpable camaraderie, undeniable talent and passion for music makes for a contagious combination that is taking the country by storm. Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds’ blend of seductive soul and dirty blues-rock reminds audiences why they love live music.
Jam Cruise 17 hit the halfway mark on Thursday. JamBase’s Scott Bernstein shares five of his favorite moments from day three.
The Avett Brothers announced a batch of 2019 Summer Tour dates with Lake Street Dive tapped to open.
The first full day of Jam Cruise 17 included a mass wedding, a Bob Marley tribute, two outstanding Khruangbin performances and more.
Ryan Adams’ upcoming single “Fuck The Rain” features John Mayer and the singer-songwriter revealed he working on a “secret thing” with Grateful Dead guitarist Bob Weir.
JamBase’s Scott Bernstein weighs in on his his highlights from Tuesday aboard Jam Cruise 17, including Leftover Salmon, Umphrey’s McGee and Matador! Soul Sounds.