"The Weather Below" by Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds on iTunes

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Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5

66 Ratings

Best Band Around


I’ve only heard the first two tracks from this album, but whoa!!! The tunes are amazing!!! This is the best live band on the planet right now and they’ve finally matched their live prowess with an impeccably produced, lively studio pass. Can’t wait to hear the rest.

Gets Better and Better

Alley G8tor,

Each album by SSDB gets better and better, and The Weather Below gets better with each listen. Great songs, great hooks, memorable phrases, monster singing and playing - I got a pre-release download and have had it on heavy rotation for the last week - can't get enough of the songs. Mama Knows and Sugar leap out at you, but so do Prison Cells, We Need A Love, and Don't Be Jealous. This group deserves to be wildly popular, and this album should be the one to propel them to stardom!

About Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds

New York soul-funk outfit Sister Sparrow & the Dirty Birds were formed in 2008 by singer/songwriter Arleigh Kincheloe. Already making noise in their native Catskill Mountains region, the dynamic-voiced Arleigh and her harmonica-playing brother Jackson headed downstate to New York City to put together a fully fledged soul ensemble that includes guitarist Sasha Brown, bassist Josh Myers, drummer Dan Boyden, trumpeter Phil Rodriguez, and saxophonist Brian Graham. By the summer of 2009, they had built up a reputation as a powerhouse live band who mixed soul, funk, blues, rock, and country to great effect during their weekly residency at the Rockwood Music Hall. They put this live chemistry to the test with their self-titled 2010 debut, which was recorded live during a marathon 12-hour session at New York's Avatar Studios. They spent the following year building up a national fan base through constant touring, earning support slots with major acts like Dr. John, Gov't Mule, and Counting Crows. Their second album, Pound of Dirt, which arrived in 2012, was followed a year later by the Fight EP, produced by Grammy-winning American Idol judge Randy Jackson. They continued to log miles on the road establishing themselves on the festival circuit, making appearances at Bonnaroo, Austin City Limits, and the Jazz & Heritage Festival in New Orleans. For their third LP, the group enlisted producer Ryan Hadlock (Vance Joy, the Lumineers) and recorded at famed rural studio Bear Creek outside of Seattle. The Weather Below was released in the summer of 2015. ~ Timothy Monger

    New York, NY

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