Sister Antics is an independent rock’n’roll band from Nashville, TN formed by singer, guitarist, and songwriter AnneMarie Kelbon in 2016. Kelbon has been writing songs since her teenage years and writes on a spectrum of melancholic heart-ache songs to powerful rock songs. Because of this wide range in style, her voice has been compared to Joan Jett as well as Mazzy Star. Though varying in style, a common thread of emotional energy by Kelbon ties the songs together to form a unique and genre bending sound.
The band crowdfunded, recorded and released their debut EP in January 2017 which was followed by a successful tour through the northeast. Sister Antics has performed at motorcycle-centric venues and events across the US, namely the Tennessee Motorcycles & Music Revival, Music City Motorcycle Rally, and various events with the local Harley-Davidson dealer in Nashville.
The band was featured on the national AMC television show RIDE with Norman Reedus which also featured two of their original songs off the debut EP.
Kelbon is currently writing new material and has upcoming performances as both a solo act and with the band.