Pulling a page from the Shania Twain handbook on pop country, The JaneDear Girls create glossy, hook-heavy songs with an underlying flavor of Bluegrass. As an accomplished fiddle and electric mandolin player, Susie Brown brings the the hoedown feel to guitarist Danelle Leverett's traditional rock style, while the duo's similar voices intertwine sweetly.
On tour in support of dual their just released, self-titled debut, The JaneDear Girls hit The Grizzly Rose tonight; seems like the perfect time to catch these ladies on a smaller stage -- because from the look and sound of their perfectly mastered radio gem "Wildflower," the duo's stature could be much greater next time around. This show is eighteen and up, and tickets are $10-12. Doors open at 6 p.m., and acts begin at 8:30 p.m.
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