Manage a Twang
Ménage à Twang is a Brooklyn-based indie outfit that blends lovely three part harmonies with razor sharp wit, acoustic guitars with an anti-depressant pill bottle shaker, and camp irony with a genuine love for all things country music. In the spirit of trios gone before-notably the Dolly, Emmy Lou, and Linda collaboration, the Dixie Chicks, and, of course, Destiny's Child- the Ménage's new album delivers songs that address the unique challenges that fabulous ladies face when navigating big city life. Whether they are lamenting a soul-sucking day job, cursing their tiny shared studio apartment, celebrating a successful one night stand, or calling friends out on their secret conservative side, Ménage's songs will move you. Or make you want to move out of the metropolitan area. Ménage à Twang is made up of Emily Moore, a published poet and high school teacher, Jessica Del Vecchio, a feminist scholar and former music biz dayjobber, and Rachel Levy, a television producer, photographer and bad-ass baker.