New Tour Dates

We're excited to announce that we will be joining Old Crow Medicine Show and Brandi Carlile at the following shows:

5/4 Chattanooga, TN – Memorial Auditorium
5/6 Simpsonville, SC – Charter Amphitheatre**
5/7 Greensboro, NC – White Oak Amphitheatre
Pre-sale starts Wed. 2/3 at 10am, on sale Fri, 2/5 at 10am
**Pre-sale starts Wed, 2/10 at 10am, on sale Fri, 2/12 at 10am

More info about tickets at

Hope to see you there!

Oh My Goodness - Donnie Fritts

We're thrilled to let you know that we were able to participate on a new record by Donnie Fritts called "Oh My Goodness". It will be released on CD, LP and digital formats on October 9.
“This album means so much to me,” Donnie says. “I thought I wouldn’t get another shot. It’s the most personal and important album to me. It’s one of the most special things I've gotten to do in my life.” 
The record features appearances by John Paul WhiteJason IsbellAmanda ShiresJohn PrineDylan LeBlanc, Brittany Howard of Alabama Shakes, David Hood, Spooner Oldham, Reggie Young, members of the horn section from St. Paul and The Broken Bones, the two of us and a collection of new talent from the Muscle Shoals area.
Donnie Fritts is a Florence, Ala. native and one of many local musical luminaries. He’s a lauded songwriter, noted for his tracks “We Had It All” (recorded by scores of artists from Waylon Jennings toDolly Parton to Ray Charles) and “Breakfast in Bed” which he co-wrote with Eddie Hinton for Dusty Springfield's album "Dusty in Memphis". He played and traveled with Kris Kristofferson's band for nearly 20 years.

For more information on Donnie, visit his website at

Cracker Barrel Releases Special Edition of Put Your Needle Down


Today, Cracker Barrel Old Country Store® releases Put Your Needle Down: Deluxe Edition, an exclusive and expanded edition of the critically-acclaimed album from The Secret Sisters. The album, produced by T Bone Burnett, contains two brand-new and exclusive bonus tracks (for a total of 14 songs) and retails for $11.99 at all 632 Cracker Barrel Old Country Store® locations and online at The digital version will be available beginning tomorrow, Tuesday Aug. 5, via iTunes and

The Secret Sisters Touring With Iron and Wine in June


The Secret Sisters will be hitting the road with Iron and Wine this month, kicking things off at the nTelos Wireless Pavillion in Charlottesville, Virginia and concluding in Kent, Ohio on June 27.  The Secret Sisters will be going out with a full four-piece band and featuring songs from their new album, Put Your Needle Down.  On June 18, they'll be headlining at The Birchmere Music Hall in Alexandria, Virginia.

The Secret Sisters In Billboard Magazine


You don't have to remind The Secret Sisters about the three-year span between their self-titled debut and their just-released sophomore album, Put Your Needle Down. They know all too well. "It was a long time in coming," says Laura Rogers. "Most people who have followed us over the past few years were probably wondering if we were ever going to put out a second record. We actually finished it in the middle of last year, and were just waiting for the right moment to put it out." A recent invite to tour with Nickel Creek presented an opportunity to do just that. Sales have been strong as well, with the album landing at the top of the Billboard Heatseekers Chart in late April.

Read more here on Billboard.

The Secret Sisters, Bob Dylan Conspire on "Dirty Lie"

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The Secret Sisters credit legendary producer T Bone Burnett for what they deem the most surreal moment in making the album: finishing a song that Bob Dylan first started writing back in the mid-Eighties. "We were in the middle of our recording session with T Bone [Burnett] and he said to us, 'Bob [Dylan] sent over some songs for you guys to listen to and choose one to finish,'" Laura recalls. "It was the weirdest thing ever to even be considered to finish it in a way that even remotely measures up to what he is known for. So we looked at four or five demos he’d sent, and ['Dirty Lie'] really spoke to us."

Read more on Rolling Stone.