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Southern Sirens Music / Press


“It was my first time hearing Southern Sirens, the all girl acoustic band based out of Louisville, and I was super impressed by their playing. From the violin to the lead singers voice to the young girl rocking out on the box she sat on, everything just worked so well together. I could feel the emotions running through the room as they played their version of “Live Like You Were Dying,” it was breathtaking in person.”

“Local group, Southern Sirens, has been making quite a name for themselves. With a multi-state fall tour coming up in October and two big shows on the horizon, these ladies should be on your watch list.”

"...the Muhammad Ali Center is proud to announce the opening acts for CONGO14 Louisville - Ali Center Benefit Concert Featuring Bruno Mars sponsored by Horseshoe Southern Indiana."

“Musical entertainment was provided by Louisville’s own Southern Sirens, who played a mix of classic hits and folk numbers. They were excellent, and helped lend a great atmosphere to the event.”

“Featured vocal entertainment will be provided by the all-female folk trio Southern Sirens. I admit having so many distaffers prominent at the event warmed my heart. Over 600 guests are expected at this year's Ferdinand's Ball. It just keeps getting better.”

“Think Spice Girls with folk and bluegrass, Dixie Chicks without the controversy...”

“#GonzoFest just started with a great female bluegrass trio rendition of My Old Kentucky Home. Promising start.”

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“Get this: A self-described "folk-Americana-backwoods" all-female group -- think violin, guitar, organic percussion and meaty vocals -- covering Bonnie Tyler's disco romp "I Need a Hero" and killing it... Southern Sirens band sure to mesmerize listeners.”

“Among others, local American Idol participant Emmy Bodner performed as Georgia Brown from Oliver!. Sean Keller performed as impressionist Frank Gorshin, and Richard Darshwood played magician Fred Kaps. The show even included a new act, Southern Sirens, playing “I’ll Fly Away.””

“...Louisville’s The Southern Sirens, who were offered a spot...”

“Featured Artist of the Week 'Made in 502' Radio Show”

“Special musical performance by The Southern Sirens.”

"Organizers of the re-enactment have recast the show with top notch entertainers and talents, who will re-create the hour-long variety show act by act."