Sister Sadie Releases Chilling New Video for Current Single “900 Miles” Premiering Exclusively on Billboard
Band Discusses IBMA Nominations, Grand Ole Opry Debut and More Inside Billboard Feature
Nashville, Tenn. – Sister Sadie has just unveiled the video for their haunting ballad, “900 Miles.” Serving as the current radio single from their latest GRAMMY nominated projectSister Sadie II, the song spotlights Tina Adair, Dale Ann Bradley and Gena Britt’s powerhouse vocals. The video was premiered exclusively on Billboard, who gave fans the very first glimpse (watch HERE). Inside the story, members Tina Adair and Deanie Richardson chatted about the song and video’s influences.
The main inspiration behind the video dates back to the band’s Grand Ole Opry debut this past March. During their performance, Sister Sadie ended with a chilling performance of “900 Miles,” which was met with roaring applause and a standing ovation. They channeled that moment and used it as inspiration throughout the shooting of the video, which was directed by Jon Roncolato. Following the breakout performance, Sister Sadie his been invited back multiple times, and will also appear this Friday for TWO special performances (tickets available HERE).
Looking to the future, the rest of 2019 looks to shine bright as well. The band will return to Raleigh next month for IBMA’s World of Bluegrass, where they’ll be one of the headliners at the Red Hat Amphitheater. The chart-topping group is a finalist for multiple awards including “Album of the Year” and “Vocal Group of the Year,” while Dale Ann Bradley is also a finalist in the category for “Female Vocalist of the Year,” a title which she’s taken home on five different occasions over the years
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