LARAMIE: SHEL

2012-02-03T00:00:00Z LARAMIE: SHEL Casper Star-Tribune Online
February 03, 2012 12:00 am

LARAMIE:

SHEL

Fort Collins-based musical group SHEL brings its performance to the University of Wyoming next week.

The folk-pop group is composed of a quartet of classically trained sisters: Sarah, Hannah, Eva and Liza Holbrook. They perform on violin, bass, piano, mandolin, cello and drums. Their sound has been described as eccentric and youthful, yet sophisticated, according to a release.

The Holbrook sisters made their debut on stage backing their father, Andrew Holbrook, a singer and songwriter. The sisters formed SHEL in 2005.

SHEL has performed at music festivals including South by Southwest, International Folk Alliance, Lilith Fair, Four Corners Folk Festival and Cornerstone. One of their songs has appeared nationally in a television ad campaign for Glade Scented Oil Candles.

 

 

 

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