SHEL visits OpenAir

November 15, 2012
SHEL visits OpenAir

The four sisters of SHEL grew up on a steady diet of classic rock and classical music. All classically trained, Sarah, Hannah, Eva and Liza began playing musical instruments well before their teenage years. Inspired in large part by their father Andrew Holbrook, who has performed as a singer-songwriter in Fort Collins for many years, the sisters began writing original music and formed SHEL in 2005. 

After releasing their debut full-length on August 7, 2012, the Colorado folk band stopped by OperAir to play a set, which included a Led Zeppelin cover, in the CPR Performance studio. The sisters discussed the new record, touring the country, and their hometown's music scene with Corey during the exclusive session.

SHEL will perform live in Denver at the Soiled Dove Underground on Sunday, November 18. 

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