The Ain’t Sisters and Danielle Howle
September 24, 2022
THE AINT SISTERS
ATLANTA’S DYNAMOS OF INDIE ROCK
“These girls need to be our damn house band!”
– Blondie Strange, The Clermont Lounge
“They have stirred up this old songwriter something fierce!”
– Ralph Roddenbery
“Wicked Indie Rock!” – Scott Hopkins, Music Fest News
“Transcends the borders of alt-country.” – The Vinyl District
The Aint Sisters have transcended their origins as outlaw street performers to grace the stages of the Southeast and beyond with their unique brand of funk-infused, blues-driven Indie Rock. Commanding attention with every performance, this fresh outfit from Atlanta, Georgia has risen to the top of the local music scene, selling out Decatur’s historic Eddie’s Attic, rattling the walls of Terminal West, and establishing themselves as regulars on the local festival circuit (Hemlockfest, Decatur Arts Festival, Holla Yella). A powerhouse of songwriting and electric live performances, other artists have taken notice. The Aints are honored to have shared the stage with notable regional and national touring acts including Old Crow Medicine Show, The Infamous Stringdusters, Sierra Ferrell, Donna The Buffalo, Ralph Roddenbery, Brad Parsons and Starbird, Strung Like a Horse, and Tank and the Bangas.
The power duo of Arrie Bozeman and Barb Carbon front the band weaving together a deep and diverse catalog of original songs with tight harmonies and smart lyrics. Dynamic musicians and songwriters, they share an equal propensity for irony, humor, ferocity, and heart-on-sleeve authenticity. Justin Boudreau (Project Iceworm, Caroline Aiken Band) provides the special sauce on bass guitar, while Kee Turnage ignites every song from behind the drum kit. The Aint Sisters have expanded the sonic experience, earning their place as one of Atlanta’s premier original acts.
Their long-awaited and much-anticipated debut studio album, “Marrow,” was released November 23, 2018. Their sophomore effort is due out at some point during the long slow burn of the endless apocalypse.