NY soul-funk outfit Sister Sparrow & the Dirty Wild birds were shaped in 2008 by singer/songwriter Arleigh Kincheloe. Currently making noise within their indigenous Catskill Mountains area, the dynamic-voiced Arleigh and her harmonica-playing sibling Jackson going downstate to NEW YORK to construct a completely fledged spirit ensemble which includes guitarist Sasha Dark brown, bassist Josh Myers, drummer Dan Boyden, trumpeter Phil Rodriguez, and saxophonist Brian Graham. By the summertime of 2009, that they had developed a reputation like a powerhouse live music group who mixed spirit, funk, blues, rock and roll, and nation to great impact during their every week residency in the Rockwood Music Hall. They place this live chemistry towards the test using their self-titled 2010 debut, that was documented live throughout a marathon 12-hour program at New York’s Avatar Studios. They spent the next year accumulating a national group of fans through continuous touring, generating support slot machines with major functions like Dr. John, Gov’t Mule, and Keeping track of Crows. Their second recording, Pound of Dirt, which found its way to 2012, was adopted a year later on by the Battle EP, made by Grammy-winning American Idol judge Randy Jackson. They continuing to log kilometers on the highway establishing themselves around the event circuit, making looks at Bonnaroo, Austin Town Limits, as well as the Jazz & History Festival in New Orleans. For his or her third LP, the group enlisted maker Ryan Hadlock (Vance Pleasure, the Lumineers) and documented at famed rural studio room Bear Creek beyond Seattle. THE ELEMENTS Below premiered in the summertime of 2015.