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Aly'an Rocks The Hard Rock in Nashville

Aly’an played at Hard Rock Café last night in Nashville for the first time as they opened for Due West. The hot new country duo, made up of Alyson Burke and Andrea Warner, have a contagious energy that took over the crowd last night when they took the stage. Whether they were covering a classic rock song or singing a ballad from their debut album, they kept the crowd entertained during their entire performance.

The girls blended unique two part harmonies as they covered Keith Urban’s “Stupid Boy,” and give credit to that song for getting them signed to their label Rising River Music. Johnny Cash’s “Folsom Prison Blues” was another classic they covered they but their original songs were just as good as any cover they could have done. They sang upbeat songs like “Bad Cowboy” and “Tie One On,” written by their producer Jeffrey Vice and would slow it down with heart-felt songs like “Bourbon,” which is sure to be a fan favorite. They played their current single, “Going Home,” as well, which is getting airplay now.

Alyson and Andrea have been friends their entire lives. They grew up in a small town in Kentucky where their passion for music brought them together. They played local shows around the area until they got their break in to the music industry and signed with Rising River Music. Their self-titled debut album is available now. For more information on the new country act, visit www.alyanmusic.com.
—Tessa Prince

Contact: jerry@nashville.com

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