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The Watson Twins Sing Us Home
The show performed by the Watson Twins was very warm and welcoming. The two sisters have been performing for around 13 years and their stage presence clearly reflected this. Their colorful matching clothing and interactions with the hooked audience matched their folk-like style and brought their listeners right up to the stage. The first song the Watson Twins performed was describing Nashville and the southern spirit, showing how much their home means to them. The songs were short and sweet, bringing us home.
The Watson Twins Give a Stunning Performance at SGRRC
The first thing I saw about the Watson Twins was their style. They were identical and wearing the same outfit—the only difference being that one was a jumper and the other a dress.
Their music style was folk-pop and was very positive, even when the songs were about breakdowns or heartbreaks. Another aspect of their music was their harmonies. They would alternate between harmony and melody which made their sound very beautiful. However, on their new record, they decided to sing everything together.
Additionally, before every song they would give a description of what the song was about or how they wrote it, which really captured the audience's attention. Another thing that got their attention was when they went off-stage to sing a song in the audience. Their interaction with the audience gave lots of friendly vibes to the performance.
In conclusion, the Watson Twins gave a very interactive and amazing show.
The Watson Twins Bring Joy to SGRRC
The Watson Twins are a cheerful country and pop band that visited Southern Girls Rock Camp on July 10th, 2019. They were just two women with guitars, but they surprised us all. They had a friendly vibe to them, and were relaxed as they introduced themselves. Then the twins, Leigh and Chandra, began to sing and play.
Major chords on acoustic guitars flooded the room. The twins harmonized beautifully and astounded the audience. It was a happy and upbeat song, a pump-up jam that I wanted to dance to.
They played a few more songs, and the audience was hooked through it all. The songs made us all happy, and brought joy to SGRRC.
The Watson Twins
The Twins amazed the crowd by having a friendly presence. Everyone loved it when Chandra and Leigh Watson came into the crowd and turned in circles so everyone could see them. Their style is like a mix of country and pop. Their songs were on the softer side, but they were wowing. We loved the warm and welcoming Watson Twins.
The Watson Twins Perform at SGRRC
The performance today was by the Watson Twins. Both women, Chandra and Leigh, wore similar clothes and colors.
They chatted with the campers before getting started. Their welcoming sense of humor and smiles were definitely a great start.
They started the performance with an original song where both of them played the guitar and sang. They harmonized in all the songs, each one alternating melody and harmony. One of the songs they performed was a cover of the Cure's "Just Like Heaven", but they put their own style to it and made it theirs. Their music was a mix of country and pop.
At one point, the Twins decided to come down from the stage and, while the campers were sitting around them, they sang a beautiful song without microphones and they rotated so everyone could see them.
Towards the end of their time with us, when they finished all of the songs, they had a little bit of Q&A time where they answered great questions about their life and career.
The Watson Twins
The Watson Twins are more Southern-like than one would think, especially because they lived in Los Angeles. They bring a calming sensation to any room with their amazing voices and guitar playing. They play semi-country music and always interact with their audience instead of just playing their music. Therefore, I 100% recommend their music for any person.
The Watson Twins Perform at Southern Girls Rock Camp
The Watson Twins performed at an auditorium for the Southern Girls Rock Camp on July 10th, 2019. Their appearance was similar—they had the same hairstyle, makeup, and identical clothing patterns. They also sounded and acted alike; the Twins were warm and welcoming. Their songs were short and described real experiences with an urban folk-pop sound. The major chords gave the songs a cheerful vibe. The two interacted with the audience, making sure everyone could see them when they went off the stage and into the crowd. Overall, the Watson Twins' performance at Southern Girls Rock Camp was entertaining and upbeat.
The Watson Twins Gave a Stunning Performance at SGRRC
The Watson Twins gave a stunning performance at SGRRC on Wednesday, July 10th, 2019. The Twins gave a warm and heartfelt show for everyone. Their voices contrasted very well, making it hard not to enjoy. They said their main inspiration was Dolly Parton, and it showed in their music. At one point, they even stepped off the stage and came to interact with everyone in the audience. They definitely gave the full experience. I would definitely recommend them to people. 10/10 ❤
The Watsons Wowed the Children of SGRRC
The Watson Twins are a group of two twin sisters named Leigh and Chandra Watson. Their music consists of urban folk songs such as "Hustle and Shake" and "Rolling Thunder". Being performers for 13 years, they have released 8 different albums, and have been in a few songs with singer-songwriter Jenny Lewis.
On July 10th, 2019, the Twins performed at the Sarratt Auditorium at Vanderbilt University in front of roughly 65 SGRRC campers. Leigh and Chandra wore a dress and a jumpsuit with matching patterns, and matching snakeskin boots. They each played acoustic guitars and sang beautiful harmonies that complemented one another. During the performance, they interacted very well with the audience. One song they played, "Give Me a Chance", was done in the middle of the audience and without amplification. Overall, it was a wonderful show.