How Tigirlily Gold Got Rid Of Their Accents
Tigirlily Gold played at the QYK Guitar Pull and they told us how they lost their North Dakota accents. Tigirlily Gold consists of sisters, Kendra and Krista. They moved to Nashville and started working a weekly gig at Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row bar.
Working their way through Nashville, they finally got a record deal and released their first single called Shoot Tequila. The song was inspired by Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush‘s duo Sugarland‘s song “Stuck Like Glue.”
The girls talked to Launa backstage before they performed at the Guitar Pull. Launa is from Minnesota and the girls are from the neighboring state of North Dakota. They told Launa about how they lost their accents and how sometimes it comes back. Check it out below.
Tigirlily Gold and their Success in Country Music
Eager to bring “girl group energy” back to country music, sister duo group Tigirlily Gold, have been playing music together since they could walk. As North Dakota natives, they traveled across the Midwest selling out amphitheaters while growing a fierce fanbase turning every show into a party.
In 2021, Tigirlily Gold topped the iTunes charts with their single “Somebody Does” and scored a record deal with Monument Records. Later that year, they went on to work with multi-Grammy Award Winner, Shane McAnally, to release their self-titled debut EP and tour with Walker Hayes and Ashley McBryde. The duo embarked on a new chapter in their career releasing their newest lead single, “Shoot Tequila” off of their newest EP, Blonde. Released back in January 2023, it has racked up more than 60 million views across social media. Blonde switches channels to show a deeper, more personal side which walks the line between stories of love and loss.