Rob Aldridge & The Proponents
Mar
2
8:00 PM20:00

Rob Aldridge & The Proponents

Tangled String Studios is excited to present Rob Aldridge & The Proponents, playing their self-titled new album on March 2!  Tickets are $15.  Feel free to bring your own beverages!

Rob Aldridge & The Proponents is a rock n’ roll band based out of North Alabama.  Their goal is simple: write well-crafted songs and consistently deliver fun, authentic, relentless rock shows every time they plug in.  Their sound is tight and high energy with a broad dynamic range.

JIMMY NUTT (GRAMMY-WINNING ENGINEER/ PRODUCER/OWNER OF NUTTHOUSE STUDIOS)
“If you like badass guitar riffs, compelling lyrics and gut-wrenching vocals, you’re going to love Rob Aldridge and the Proponents!”

MATT WAKE (LA WEEKLY, PASTE MAGAZINE, AL.COM)
“The world really doesn’t need any more lukewarm Americana music right now.  What the world needs is some inspired new rock songs, and Rob Aldridge & The Proponents are doing their part.  You can tell this music has roots, but the songs never sound like tributes.  They sound like the pulse of a pissed-off band with some cool stories to tell.”

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The Secret Sisters - 7 pm SOLD OUT!
Mar
10
7:00 PM19:00

The Secret Sisters - 7 pm SOLD OUT!

Tangled String Studios is proud to announce the Secret Sisters on Mar 10th!  Tickets are $28 in advance and $32 day of show.  The concert begins at 7:00 pm, and doors open at 6:15.  Poetic songwriting and gorgeous harmonies… Don’t miss this concert!

An open audition in Nashville in 2009 led the Secret Sisters, Laura and Lydia Rogers from Muscle Shoals, AL, to a major label deal and a debut record produced by T Bone Burnett and Dave Cobb, followed by a tour with Levon Helm and Ray LaMontagne, a feat for any artist, let alone two that had just gotten started.  From there, the country-folk duo opened for the likes of Dylan, Willie Nelson and Paul Simon, appeared on numerous late night shows and released a second album with Burnett.

Their third album, You Don’t Own Me Anymore, was released in June 2017 and finds the sisters taking their music to new places, with soulful, gospel grooves and stirring vocal deliveries that never seek perfection over power.

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The Secret Sisters - 9:15 SOLD OUT!
Mar
10
9:15 PM21:15

The Secret Sisters - 9:15 SOLD OUT!

Tangled String Studios is proud to announce the Secret Sisters on Mar 10th AT 9:15 pm!  Tickets are $28 in advance and $32 day of show.  Doors open around 9:00.  Poetic songwriting and gorgeous harmonies… Don’t miss this concert!

An open audition in Nashville in 2009 led the Secret Sisters, Laura and Lydia Rogers from Muscle Shoals, AL, to a major label deal and a debut record produced by T Bone Burnett and Dave Cobb, followed by a tour with Levon Helm and Ray LaMontagne, a feat for any artist, let alone two that had just gotten started.  From there, the country-folk duo opened for the likes of Dylan, Willie Nelson and Paul Simon, appeared on numerous late night shows and released a second album with Burnett.

Their third album, You Don’t Own Me Anymore, was released in June 2017 and finds the sisters taking their music to new places, with soulful, gospel grooves and stirring vocal deliveries that never seek perfection over power.

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The Lilly Hiatt Band - SOLD OUT!
Feb
16
7:30 PM19:30

The Lilly Hiatt Band - SOLD OUT!

Tangled String Studios is excited to announce the Lilly Hiatt Band on Feb 16th!  Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 day of show.  Don’t miss this concert!

AllMusic:  A fine singer and gifted songwriter with a knack for rootsy sounds and smart, unpretentious songs, not unlike her dad, John Hiatt.

NPR:  In the hands of Lilly Hiatt, an examination of the wounds wrought by relationships is an occasion for exacting honesty. On Trinity Lane, the third album by this fixture of Nashville's indie scene and first for New West — which makes her a labelmate of her revered songwriter dad, John Hiatt — she's devoted to excruciatingly revealing expression, deftly manipulating the tone and perspective of her songwriting from track to track.

Pop Matters:  She writes and sings in the first person about addictions, bad love and such, in a voice scarred and innocent like a sinner reborn.  Hallelujah!  You’d have to be out of your skull not to appreciate her talents.  

No Depression:  Hiatt’s voice is unmistakably unique and special.

**IMPORTANT NOTE**   Tickets are non-refundable unless the show is canceled or rescheduled. Patrons are invited to bring your own beverage of choice! Venue capacity is 100+ seats

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