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The Hanseroth Twins

Artist Bio

The music of Tim and Phil Hanseroth remains forever threaded into the fabric of the 21st century American songbook and culture at large. The identical twins have co-written dozens of songs in the studio, co-produced Top 10 albums, performed thousands of gigs on stage, and reached towering heights as Brandi Carlile’s most trusted songwriting partners and creative confidants. Along the way, they’ve each garnered three GRAMMY® Awards out of 10 nominations, played for sold out crowds in legendary venues like Madison Square Garden and The Hollywood Bowl, and actualized seemingly impossible childhood dreams. Growing up outside of Seattle, WA, countless hours jamming together as teens primed them for a life in music. Their band The Fighting Machinists emerged at the tail end of the nineties grunge revolution, landing a major label deal and recording at the legendary London Bridge Studio with the late Rick Parashar [Nirvana, Alice In Chains]. It would be Parashar who introduced them to Carlile in 1999. Over the next two decades, their catalog blossomed across styles with staples alongside Carlile such as the GRAMMY® Award-winning “The Joke” (Best American Roots Song), “Bring My Flowers Now” (Best Country Song), and “Broken Horses” (Best Rock Song) as well as the gold-certified “The Story.” Dolly Parton notably covered the latter, while Adele even cut her own rendition of “Hiding My Heart.” Plus, they penned music for the likes of Tanya Tucker, Zac Brown Band, and The Highwomen, to name a few. Now, they step into the light like never before as The Hanseroth Twins, with their debut single “Remember Me” on Elektra.

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Tour Dates

May 10 2024
Seascape Golf, Beach and Tennis Resort
Miramar Beach, FL