2Steel Girls climbing the charts with “Mad Black Magic”

Album cover provided by 2Steel Girls
Album cover provided by 2Steel Girls
Album cover provided by 2Steel Girls

They can hunt…..they can fish…..and they can damn sure make some rockin country music. They are 2SteelGirls.

Allison Steel and her daughter Krystal make up one of country music’s fastest rising independent artists this year. Last year has brought great strides in their achievements but 2015 has already placed 2Steel Girls on the major watch list.

They have come a long way since their first appearance at the Blue Bird Cafe and a major appearance on The Voice with Team Blake, and the world has enjoyed a taste of their outstanding talent and determination to make a mark in the industry.

2Steel Girls are not only a magnificent mother and daughter singing duo they are part of a family affair. Allison expressed how wonderful it is to share the stage with her husband Todd and her son Aaron.

Music has always been… and will always be… a major part of their life. It is their main focus and now more than ever. Things are really taking off.

As an independent artist they have accomplished a lot in a short period of time. With recently being selected as the face and house hold name for RealTree Camo and RealTree Girl clothing, recognized by Nashville Universe Awards, and along with Aaron a major sponsorship with Breedlove Guitars…. those accomplishments are recognized.

2Steel Girls courtesy of Allison and Krystal Steel
2Steel Girls courtesy of Allison and Krystal Steel

Early in in the development of their music, marketing and promotions professionals wanted to take these two beauties and use that “Beauty Queen” image to help rock out their videos and photos…but Allison just wasn’t feeling it. As a daughter of the Appalachian hills, she said “No way” and held true to herself and the image of who 2Steel Girls really are…down to earth and true to themselves.

RealTree, the largest camouflage manufacturer in the world met with Allison and Krystal through “a happen chance”…..on Twitter… and decided maybe it was time to freshen up the face of one of the worlds leading hunting and camouflage companies…located right here in the good ole USA. Since this held true to who the girls are, they were a perfect fit. They’ve worn RealTree clothing for years.

Nashville Universe Awards held at the Wild Horse Salon and hosted by Storme Warren blessed 2Steel Girls with two outstanding awards. Entertainer of the Year and Song of the Year for their single “Forward” from their first CD released in 2013 called “ Train Wreck.”

Most recent is the honored opportunity for 2Steel Girls and lead guitarist Aaron Steel to be sponsored by BreedLove Guitars, one of the countries largest creators of unique and exquisitely designed guitars, basses, mandolins, and ukuleles.

2Steel Girls courtesy of Allison and Krystal Steel
2Steel Girls courtesy of Allison and Krystal Steel

Recently released is their new video to the title single that has just been released. “Mad Black Magic” is moving up the play lists quickly so check with your local radio stations and request to have it sent to your area.

Here’s a sneak peak at the new video..subscribe to their channel on YouTube and you can get all the latest updates. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yv_CHsPR3rE”>

For more information on these amazing artists and how you can check out a show, buy a CD, or follow them on Twitter and Facebook…please visit the following sites. And if your in the Nashville area during CMA week you might see these two lovely ladies so be sure to say “Hello.”

www.2SteelGirls.com
www.facebook.com/2steelgirlstoday
www.twitter.com/2steelgirls
www.youtube.com/steelcountrymusic
www.instagram.com/2steelgirls
www.linkedin.com/in/2steelgirls

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Sherryl is a Senior Writer and Columnist with Nashville Music Guide and her column/blog, Lyrics N Legends has been running for four years now. Her stories has graced the cover and have appeared as feature stories in the NMG print edition. Craig is a Licensed Belief Therapist and currently working on her first book. Entertainment Journalism is one of her many passions. She is also a member of WMMW, Women of Music Music of Women, a non profit organization in support of women in the music industry. WMMW also appears here in Nashville Music Guide.