Barely in their 20s and already making a name for themselves, sisters Lydia and Laura Rogers have a style that takes people on a journey to a simpler time. The two are from Muscle Shoals, Alabama and grew up surrounded by love and music. It was the Secret Sisters' vocals and their love and respect for music and harmony that first caught the attention of T Bone Burnett. Burnett was so impressed that he created a label, Beladroit, for the sole purpose of releasing the Rogers' eponymous debut. Recorded with a team of iconic Nashville session players on period '50s equipment, The Secret Sisters arrived in October of 2010. Burnett also produced the sisters' second album, 2014's Put Your Needle Down, updating the sound by a decade or so with folky garage rock and girl group touches. The sisters have performed with everyone from Willie Nelson to Ray LaMontagne in venues all over the country and Europe.