The Shotgun and Lace Story
A band rooted in family
Shotgun and Lace is a Country/Rock trio made up of siblings Jordan, Joanna, and Erika Coleman from the tiny town of Schell City, located in the Southwest corner of Missouri.
Starting out as just singing together for fun in the spring of 2013, S&L was formed and has since grown into much, much more than any of them would have ever expected. Although they continue to do it because they truly enjoy it, it is now a lifestyle and the trio’s shared passion.
Artists such as Little Big Town, Miranda Lambert, George Strait, and the Eagles are just a few of the influences who have helped shape their sound.
Accompanying their signature harmony, and undoubtedly what sets them apart from other artists, is the sister’s twin fiddles. Both classically trained and equipped with years of experience, the girls bring an refreshing element not often found in country music.
Shotgun and Lace is well known for their unique rendition of the National Anthem and they have gained the recognition for their bare-bones acapella harmony. Since forming, Shotgun and Lace has sang the Anthem at the Kansas City Chiefs stadium and multiple PBR events, performed on the world famous Grizzly Rose, and have shared the stage with Mark Chestnutt, Parmalee, Confederate Railroad, Earl Thomas Conley, Brothers Osborne, Roger Creager, Turnpike Troubadours, and Jason Boland and the Stragglers.
Their recorded single, “Tearing Up the Highway”, recorded in Nashville, is now available on iTunes and Spotify.
They are currently in the studio working on their debut EP. Release date to be announced!
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