Seventeen- year-old twin sisters, Lauren and Alexandra Mann, are taking the South Florida music scene by storm.
Lauren, a singer, songwriter and skilled piano player, and Alexandra, singer/songwriter, guitarist and harmonica player to boot, write Americana pop with musical influences of Fleetwood Mac, Lady Antebellum, Neil Young and Ryan Adams.
During the past summer, the duo spent time in Nashville meeting and performing for managers, producers, publishers and fellow songwriters, and stating the experience was a “summer course in music industry.”
The Mann Sisters were featured on radio WLRN’s Michael Stock “Folk and Acoustic Show” September 5 performing original music, live on air, and discussing their music careers, college plans and future performances.
If the sisters weren’t impressive enough, they’ve recently been named winners of the “SoFlow Music Video Contest,” receiving $25,000!
As National Honors Society and Student Government members at Palmer Trinity School, Lauren and Alexandra don’t let their newly-found fame affect schoolwork, while still being involved in community service by performing for the Veterans Hospital, Homeless Service Communities and other local charities.
Admirers can catch the pair playing weekly evening dates at different times at four local spots: John Martin’s on Miracle Mile, Coral Gables, Sunday; Titanic Brewery, Tuesday; Elks Club, Thursday; and Luna Star Café, Saturday.
Their single, “Breathe Slow,” is currently available internationally on iTunes, Amazon MP3, Napster, etc.