Turns out the sisters – Laura and Lydia Rogers – have already attracted a few fans. The executive producer of their self-titled debut album is T Bone Burnett while Dave Cobb (Waylon Jennings and Jamey Johnson) handled the producing chores.

“We completed the album in two weeks,” Laura Rogers said. “We tried to be true to the era [1940s/’50s] with our recording style, so we used all analog equipment, and Lydia and I sang into the same microphone during the recording. We’re really proud of our record.”

The tour plan calls for The Secret Sisters to appear on three Speaking Clock Revue shows, the multi-artist events built around performers who have worked with Burnett. The Speaking Clock gigs are Oct. 16 in Boston at the Wang Center; Oct. 20 in NYC at Beacon Theatre and Oct. 24 as part of the in Mountain View, Calif., at the Shoreline Amphitheatre.

Next month the ladies join Ray LaMontagne’s tour beginning Nov. 2 in Jacksonville, Fla., at the Moran Theatre. Other LaMontagne dates with Secret Sisters include Nov. 4 at Florida’s Pompano Beach Amphitheatre; Nov. 5 in Clearwater at Ruth Eckerd Hall; Nov. 7 in Mobile at Saegner Theatre; Nov. 8 in Birmingham at BJCC Concert Hall; Nov. 10 in Memphis at Orpheum Theatre; Nov. 11 at the Verizon Theatre At Grand Prairie, Texas, and Nov. 12 in Austin at the Bass Concert Hall.

For more information, click here for the Secret Sisters website.