Larkin Poe Hit The Festival Circuit and Bring Album ‘Paint The Roses’ to Life

Larkin Poe at the Beachlife Festival - Photo © 2021 Luis Moreno

Photos by LUIS MORENO

Larkin Poe prove time and time again they’re a force to be reckoned with in rock, rhythm and blues music and recently impressed the crowd at BeachLife Festival 2021.

Larkin Poe BeachLife Festival – Photo © 2021 Luis Moreno

The sister duo comprised of Rebecca Lovell and Megan Lovell rock the house with their gritty and soul-driven style of music. They took the Hightide Stage on Friday at the BeachLife Festival to the delight of faithful fans and new listeners alike.

Larkin Poe at Beachlife Festival - Photo © 2021 Luis Moreno
Larkin Poe at Beachlife Festival – Photo © 2021 Luis Moreno

Larkin Poe and their live performance at BeachLife Festival gave fans a dose of what’s on their latest album, the live record, Paint The Roses.

Born in Georgia and living in Nashville, Larkin Poe have amassed a fan base that grows with each music festival and concert they play. The gals have a vigorous tour schedule and play a slew of shows in the U.S. and abroad.

Popular Larkin Poe perform at Beachlife Festival - Photo © 2021 Luis Moreno
Popular Larkin Poe perform at Beachlife Festival – Photo © 2021 Luis Moreno

Named after their great great grandfather, the Lovell sisters of Larkin Poe have been making music since they were youngsters. In addition to their many albums, they also recorded harmonies and played a role in the recording of Lost On The River: The New Basement Tapes.

Larkin Poe Beachlife Festival Day 1 – Photo © 2021 Luis Moreno

Larkin Poe are touring to promote their latest record, the live album Larkin Poe & Nu Deco Ensemble Paint The Roses. Their most recent studio album is Self Made Man.