GET LACED… LET’S TALK! Podcast | Episode 7: The Shindellas

Last month, Weirdo Workshop, the Nashville-based collective label, released “Ain’t That The Truth”, which is the second single for The Shindellas. The three-part harmony girl band founded by multi-Grammy nominated songwriting-production team Louis York a.k.a. Chuck Harmony and Claude Kelly, includes Stacy Johnson, Tamara Williams, and Kasi Jones. With the sassiness of their lyrics, the boldness of their wardrobes and the 70s harmonies that effortlessly flows through their voices, The Shindellas are a breath of fresh air.

“Creating a platform for better representation of black women in music is very important to us. We’ve heard the disrespectful opinions being shared on conference calls and in board meetings. We’ve seen what gets the green light and what doesn’t. We see the void in popular music. We’ve worked with the very best women in the music business so it’s only fitting that Louis York makes a statement…through art. That statement is THE SHINDELLAS! We hope people will really listen to “RECONSIDER”, love it and add it to their lifestyles,” states Chuck Harmony and Claude Kelly, Weirdo Workshop, Founders, and CEO.

During the 2018 ESSENCE Festival, The Shindellas received a standing ovation after performing their first single, “Reconsider,” which is described as a fun, shoulder shimmying song promoting self-love and empowerment.

The Shindellas shared details about their journey during an interview with SOUTHERN LACED host Santana for GET LACED… LET’S TALK! Podcast. Click on the link above to hear the exclusive interview.

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