Australian twin sister singer songwriters Alanna and Alicia, captivate audiences with their original folk, jazz roots songs, sweet harmonies, onstage warmth, wit and fun. Alanna and Alicia are award winning songwriters whose lyrics, equal parts heart and humour, sparkle with an original intimate voice.
As identical twins, they have a rich intuitive vocal blend, creating the kind of magical harmonies that are unique to siblings.
Think The Waifs, The Andrews Sisters.
Alanna and Alicia have performed at all major Australian festivals and folk clubs including the National Folk Festival, Port Fairy, Fairbridge, Blue Mountains and Woodford. They have toured the US and showcased their music at the Folk Alliance International Conference in Kansas City.
' In concert they are entertaining and lively characters with an unpredictable, unscripted natural humour inspired by close observations and wry story telling. They are brimming with talent, a free spirit and endearing charm’.
Jamie McKew, Director Port Fairy Folk Festival, 1977 – 2015.
Book Alanna and Alicia for concerts as a four piece (guitar, violin, piano), an intimate trio, or larger outfit (double bass and drums).
Alanna and Alicia also facilitate workshops in songwriting and harmony. They lead community choirs and teach individual voice students.
All shows postponed due to COVID 19
Irish and Celtic Music Festival, Yass, NSW, September 13th - 15th
Smith's Alternative, Canberra, September 20th, 7pm
Troubadour Folk Club, Woy Woy, NSW, September 21st, 8pm
South Sydney Folk Club, September 22nd, 2 - 5pm
Bendigo Blues and Roots Festival, November 7 - 10th
The Old Church on the Hill, Bendigo, November 9th, 9pm
Ravenswood Homestead, November 10th, 1.15pm
Bushfire Benefit Concert, Healesville, February 15th, 2.30pm
Sing out Sister, Lomond Hotel, East Brunswick, March 13th, 8pm
Relay for Life Benefit Concert, Bendigo, April 17th
Acoustic Wednesday, Lomond Hotel, East Brunswick, May 20th, 9pm
House Concert, Bendigo, May 23rd
image : Damien Neil