With its upcoming seventh CD, “Heartthrob,” Canadian twin-sister act Tegan and Sara might have composed the ultimate breakup album.
They did it in an unusually startling style by setting aside their acoustic guitars for new wave-school synthesizers on Greg Kurstin/Mike Elizondo-helmed tearjerkers such as “Goodbye, Goodbye,” “I Was a Fool,” “I’m Not Your Hero” and “How Come You Don’t Want me.” Read More
Two of our all-time favorite artists, the Quin sisters, Tegan and Sara, aren’t going out with a no-release whimper in 2011. They’re offering their fans a truly special package on Nov. 15 called “Get Along”; pre-orders for various versions of the set have already begun at www.teganandsara.com. What is it, exactly? Read More
Birthdays, especially significant ones, are something to be savored. But when Canadian alt-rocker Tegan Quin and her identical twin sister Sara turn 30 on the 19th of this month, they’ll be moving too fast to even notice the momentous occasion.
They’ll spend it onstage in Anaheim, on the final date of a Honda Civic Tour the siblings — who perform as Tegan and Sara — have been sharing with Paramore; the show comes to HP Pavilion on Friday. Read More