Hello Strangers

Hello Strangers

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Original Pennsyltucky Fried Sister Folk


“This album is just brilliant…and deserves to be heard – and heard often. Listen and see if you don’t agree!”
– Chuck Dauphin, Music News Nashville/Billboard

“A satisfying mix of smart songwriting and memorable melodies — not to mention the undeniable sibling harmonies.”
– Craig Shelburne, CMT Edge

The sisters have created a catalogue of original music with nods to American folk traditions, modern indie rock, Texas country-folk, and roots rock, all tied together with lilting harmonies that only sisters can create. Timeless imagery and fables are at the core of each song, from tales of a boggy creek bottom where a murdered man sleeps, to a Texas roadhouse with bawdy dancers and clinking beer bottles, to more poignant reflections on the loss of winter or a man gone wrong.

The Hello Strangers just released their first full-length, self-titled album with multi-award winning (Grammy, Emmy, Dove, Tele) IMI Records in Nashville, Tennessee. The album features 11 originals and 2 covers, including “What You Don’t Know,” written by, and featuring on vocals, Jim Lauderdale; and “Que Sera, Sera,” an homage to their grandfather, Ronald Chace, who sang with Doris Day.

“This album is just brilliant…and deserves to be heard – and heard often. Listen and see if you don’t agree!”
– Chuck Dauphin, Music News Nashville/Billboard

“A satisfying mix of smart songwriting and memorable melodies — not to mention the undeniable sibling harmonies.”
– Craig Shelburne, CMT Edge

The sisters are supported by a dynamic and talented trio: Spencer Pheil on lead guitar, Trent Renshaw on drums, and Tom Hoy on bass.