Nashville recording artists the Dairy Daughters will be the opening act for the David Ball concert Saturday, May 18th at Alibi's bar and Grill in Adelphi. Tickets are available at Alibi's for $25 for the 7pm show.
For more about the event, check out Alibi's on Facebook
Listen to the Interview below....
Raised on dairy farms and country music, Shelby Dressel and Megan Gertken form the Nashville-based country duo, the Dairy Daughters. Shelby grew up in Avon FL and was a Top 40s finalist from season 9 of American Idol. This led to a performance on Ellen. Originally from Albany MN, Megan Gertken has played the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, and performed across the US, Canada and Europe during the 2013 America’s Got Talent tour. They met in Nashville, onstage at the world famous Tootsie's Orchid Lounge. Farm-raised old souls with country roots,
Dairy Daughters blend a sound of sisterly harmony, acoustic strings and warm fiddle. The music is broken down, feel-good, back-porchy songs that are relatable and ring true to their morals and who they are, using simple truth and endearing lyrics. The Dairy Daughters sound is inspired by the vocal bluegrass tones of Patty Loveless and classic melodies of George Strait. It’s easy listening grass fed organic country gold! Returning from their first European tour in August 2018, listen for their new single “Farmer’s Day Off,” at radio and digital outlets now.