Southern Sisters Bluegrass Tour at Marsolan’s

Southern Sisters Bluegrass Tour features two of the finest female voices in Bluegrass Music. Kristy Cox and Amanda Cook have joined forces for one exciting night of bluegrass music. Both ladies have had chart topping singles and billboard charting album releases this year and are definitely two artists to keep an eye out for. This will be a night not to be missed.
Amanda Cook from the Gulf Coast of Florida came onto the Bluegrass Scene with drive and determination. Bringing a mix of Traditional and Contemporary Bluegrass in every show, audiences of all ages enjoy her live performances. The Amanda Cook Band can be found playing many shows regionally and they are moving into the national level at a fast pace.
In early 2017, Amanda signed with Mountain Fever Records and recorded her debut album on the label “Deep Water.” Amanda was excited for her 2nd album project, especially that she and band member Carolyne VanLierop co-wrote the title track Amanda has created quite a loyal fan-base through her palpable delivery of a soul-wrenching song. Her light-hearted, down-to-earth style helps her create an undeniably strong connection with her audience.

Kristy Cox hails from a small town in South Australia and has been residing in Tennessee since 2013, releasing two albums into the US market on Mountain Home, she has recently signed a new deal with Mountain Fever Records with a new album that was released in January ‘Ricochet’ which debuted on 6 billboard charts including #1 for Bluegrass album.
The past couple of years have seen her blessed with 2 CMA’s her home country for Bluegrass Recording of the Year, she also been chosen as an official showcase performer at IBMA, shortlisted in the last 3 IBMA awards for Emerging Artist and Female Vocalist and also performed at many festivals including Merlefest and Doyle Lawson’s Bluegrass Festival.

Concert takes place this Friday, June 8, 2018 from 7 – 9 p.m.  Tickets are $10/person.  Marsolan’s Feed and Seed is located at 314 E. Gibson Street in Covington.