AnneMarie Kelbon and Vivian Nicastro didn’t meet through music, they met through their shared love of motorcycles. Quickly realizing their musical compatibility, the two joined forces in 2015 and began developing their unique sound as a duo: swelling vocal harmonies rich with flavors of rock & roll, blues and country. The women are multi-instrumentalists and often switch between singing, playing acoustic and electric guitars and harmonica.
The pair moved from New York to Nashville, Tennessee in January 2017 to pursue music full time. One year later they had crowdfunded, recorded and released their debut EP. A successful supporting tour soon followed and the duo visited 10 cities across the US including a sold-out homecoming show in New York City.
Gaining attention and traction has come naturally to the duo. They have continued to establish a local presence in Nashville, consistently performing at acclaimed venues and writer’s rounds throughout the city. They have also organically honed in on their distinct brand and actively combine music and motorcycles through performances at motorcycle-centric venues and events across the US.
Sister Antics continues to reside in Nashville, TN and are currently preparing to record a single to be released in January.