South Central Kentucky's GIRL TONES is power duo composed of sisters Kenzie and Laila Crowe, who are presently enjoying their meteoric rise across the region's diverse and competitive soundscape.
The sonic siblings are both classically-trained musicians; cello and piano/strings, respectively, and they both served time in a bluegrass band, but despite such varied disciplines, this dynamic live act has a penchant for rock that far surpass much of the "boys club" in its intensity and delivery of original guitar/vocal/drum-driven music...with some unlikely reinvented covers to raise their bar even further.
These incredibly talented young women are at complete home on stage. Their live performances are garnering newly-minted fans in their massive wake, to be certain, but they are also entirely knocking it out of the park from the other side of the music coin - recording.
No strangers to the recording studio, both having lent their time and expertise as studio musicians and now parlay this experience towards their own music. Their debut single, "Take Me Out", was independently released in 2019 as a precursor to their debut EP, "Rainbows & Butterflies", released in 2020 on Farm-Out! Records. Their music has been played extensively on regional radio programs as well as countless streams in various internet radio platforms around the world.
We're a husband and wife punk rock duo from Birmingham, AL. We write songs in our basement, mostly about how everything sucks and nothing matters. We are two 30 somethings complaining about how life isn't what we thought it'd be, but you got to live it anyway, right?
KinZie was conceived in 2011 by frontman and guitarist Phillip Ori. Today, it stands as a trio, an equilateral triangle of intertwined melodies and rhythms in pursuit of balance, harmony, and synchronicity. Ori recruited bass guitarist Thomas M. Warren in 2014 originally as a second guitarist, but both agreed that his services would be better rendered in a lower octave. After a rotating door of drummers, Parker Chambliss showed up in their lives, and he was adopted into the fold quickly as the final member of the trio. Together, the three of them have recorded and self-released an EP titled “Young Vagabonds”, and have begun work on their new full-length record “Dead Eyes”, due out 2019.