Formed in the folk-rock melting pot of the early nineties, Seven Little Sisters’ style has since evolved into a blend of celtic, american, rock and punk elements. The emphasis is on 'danceability' but there are some great tunes thrown in to keep any audience enthralled.
Don’t just take my word for it though. R2 magazine had this to say about their latest album, “A Devil on Each Shoulder”.
“Seven Little Sisters have been serving up a heady brew of folk, bluegrass, Cajun, blues and country for a good few years..(since)..their excellent “Cow Trousers” album. Fiddle and Banjo duel all over the place and there are some meaty guitar solos too.”
Songs are described as (“Martha Brown”) “a sweaty hoedown”, (“Porchlight”) “boot-scoots along on a great chorus”, (“Ded and Gon”) “sets the pace from the off and it rarely lets up”.
Don’t just take my word for it though (see a pattern emerging?). Go to a show. See and hear for yourself. You won’t be disappointed.