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The Hobbs Sisters Break Out the Band at Live Oak in Nashville

by Rich and Laura Lynch

Twin country duo, Hobbs Sisters, took the stage at Live Oak in Nashville on Wednesday, October 19, 2022 for a full band performance that showcased the prolific pair in a new light as they fronted a fabulous five-piece under the lights on Music Row.

The Hobbs Sisters take the stage at Live Oak in Nashville.

The evening in Music City served a dual purpose. First it was a single release party for their new song dropping at the end of the week called "Love Breaks All The Rules" and it was an opportunity to see the harmonious sisters do their thing in a live setting after honing their song-writing craft for the past several years in Nashville.

The Hobbs Sisters saw their name in lights at Live Oak.

Joining them on stage was special guests Nell Maynard, Kelly McKay, and Sean Swenson - all fellow songwriting partners for The Hobbs Sisters who had a chance themselves to shine during the girls' big night. Your team at MCN had a special rooting interest as we knew Lauren and Hannah from living in the same residential community that has spawned a fair share of musical greatness in Music City.

Lauren and Hannah Hobbs are a talented duo on the rise in Music City.

The Hobbs Sisters were in fine voice and solid form during their 9-song set on Demonbreun Street. You could imagine that this was a big moment for the twins who have probably been practicing their patented moves since they were old enough to stand in front of a mirror with hairbrushes in hand. While this was a single release celebration we learned during the show that one twin - Lauren - won't be single much longer as she announced her engagement to the drummer in the band as her proud father looked on.

Nell Maynard, Kelly McKay and Sean Swenson opened the show in Nashville.

About Hobbs Sisters: The Hobbs Sisters are a modern country duo that brings a combination of big voices, twin sister harmonies and high energy performances to the stage. They are based out of Nashville, Tenn. and continue to build their fan base by performing at various fairs, festivals and venues. They have opened for national acts such as Lady A, Charlie Daniels and Brett Eldredge. Growing up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, The Hobbs Sisters, Hannah and Lauren, were always singing. They credit both their grandfather, Pappaw John, and the church choir for getting them into music. It was their grandfather who first exposed them to country music and playing the guitar. They began performing as a duo in the Pittsburgh area, as well as in Winston Salem, N.C., where they graduated from Wake Forest University. From their harmony-driven original songs to their unique interpretations of country covers, The Hobbs Sisters are making a name for themselves as singers, songwriters and entertainers.

Live Oak was a fine choice to host the Hobbs Sisters big night on The Row.

Related Links: For more information on THE HOBBS SISTERS and the other organizations mentioned please visit the following links - The Hobbs Sisters | Live Oak


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