Sarah Siskind, who wrote Alison Krauss’ Grammy-nominated song, “Simple Love,” plays Kirk Avenue Music Hall tonight with her husband, The Infamous Stringdusters bassist Travis Book.
But in a sense, the act will be a trio, because Siskind is great with child. The baby girl, due in just a couple of months, is already demonstrating a feel for her parents’ jobs, Siskind said.
“She loves music,” Siskind said in a phone conversation last week from her home in Nelson County. “I did quite a bit of touring this fall, when I was four and five months pregnant … She’s had a lot of guitar resonations right on the belly. She recognizes Travis’ voice when he sings.
“We think she’s musical already. I had her in one show actually kick to the beat of the song. I call her my little kick drum. That would be perfect for our little duo — have an official trio with a drummer.”
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