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Sister Duo Tigirlily Will Perform At The Roosevelt County Fair July 31st And Richland County Fair & Rodeo August 5th


Sisters Kendra and Krista have performed all over North Dakota and the surrounding states as well as in Nashville, TN.​

The musical talents of Tigirlily will be at the Roosevelt County Fair in Culbertson, MT Friday July, 31st at 7:30 pm and at the Richland County Fair in Sidney, MT Wednesday August 5th at 7:30 p.m. The sisters Kendra and Krista Slaubaugh, ages 19 and 17, will be performing their unique blend of sound incorporating country, pop, blues, and folk stylings.

Both sing and write music and Krista plays the guitar and drums while Kendra plays piano. The duo have recorded three albums with the first two, A Good Place to Start and North Dakota, being recorded in their high school band room. Victory, their third was recorded in Nashville with Louis Newman producing. They have recently released a new single entitled Pretty Girls and all of their songs are available on iTunes.

The sisters from Hazen, ND began performing together at church and quickly realized they both dreamt of turning their passion for music into a career. About two and a half years ago, they decided to take their music careers more seriously and their hard work has paid off. They have performed all over North Dakota and the surrounding states in addition to performing in Nashville, TN. They've also generated a fan-base on YouTube and have had some amazing opportunities to open for artists such as Love and Theft, Thompson Square, and Joe Diffie just to name a few. Kendra and Krista have performed at the Last Best Country Fest in Billings, MT and at the Medora Country Concert Series.

At the 2015 North Dakota Music Awards, Tigirlily was awarded Best Original Band, Best Song, Best Video, Best Stage Show, and the U Rock Award, which is given in recognition of artists who give back. They are looking forward to their upcoming performances and are thankful for all those who come out to support them. For more information, visit


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