“A seriously funky collective capable of bringing elements of deep soul, New Orleans funk, Stax/Memphis stylings and earthy R&B together . . . Kincheloe wove a sultry, sexy spell with her incredible blues-soaked lines and deep-in-the-groove dance moves.” -The Buffalo News

Sister Sparrow and The Dirty Birds

Sister Sparrow and The Dirty Birds have hit the ground running since 2010 with the release of their debut, self-titled album. The band is the next hottest thing, having opened for the Black Keys, the Neville Brothers, Dr. John, the Rebirth Brass Band, and the Soul Rebels Brass Band, and with lead singer Arleigh Kincheloe’s voice being compared to Adele, Amy Winehouse, and Janis. Their music turns jazzy New Orleans blues into rock ‘n roll, and the crowd can’t resist the urge to dance.

Below you can watch the band’s newest music video, ‘Another Ride.’ Kincheloe says, “The whole carnival idea, “Another Ride” is about life, but the imagery is directly inspired by being a little kid at the Margaretville Fair.”

If you want the inside scoop from the band, check out their blog here: http://www.sistersparrow.com/category/tour-blog/. Humorous anecdotes and entertaining stories from life on the road let you know that they have just as much fun off the stage as on.

Live Music in Steamboat:
Kincheloe talks about the band’s explosive live show in an interview with The Grateful Web: “The boys sort of told me this early on, ‘Man you sing the song different every time and it’s really cool because it inspires us to do the same and to have that freedom and creativity.’ We try to play to the audience as much as we can and I think that immediately changes the vibe of the song. So you might not hear the same thing twice with us, which is exciting.” 

Sister Sparrow and The Dirty Birds will play at the Strings Music Pavilion on Saturday July 21st. Tickets on sale now for only $25! Order tickets online or by calling the Box Office (970) 879-5056 x 105.

Posted on July 18, 2012
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