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N.D.'s Tigirlily moving to Nashville in pursuit of music careers

HAZEN, N.D.--Singing sisters Kendra and Krista Slaubaugh--better known as the country duo Tigirlily--are trading in the Peace Garden State for Music City.

Tigirlily performs at the Bismarck Civic Center as the opening act for country music artists Chris Cagle and Gwen Sebastian.
Tigirlily performs at the Bismarck Civic Center as the opening act for country music artists Chris Cagle and Gwen Sebastian.
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HAZEN, N.D.-Singing sisters Kendra and Krista Slaubaugh-better known as the country duo Tigirlily-are trading in the Peace Garden State for Music City.

The Hazen, N.D.,-based act recently announced they are moving to Nashville, Tenn., in mid-August to pursue their careers in music.

"As bittersweet as it is, we are very excited for this next adventure in our career and can't wait to head down, work hard, learn lots and soak it all in," the duo posted on its Facebook page. "We are SO thankful to North Dakota, and everyone who has encouraged us these past few years for the immense support. We've been able to experience life in a way we never thought possible and live out many of our wildest dreams thanks to so many of you."

The sisters made their recording debut in 2013 and have opened for Justin Moore, Big and Rich, Thompson Square, Love and Theft and more.

"Not going to lie, it has been hard to decide when to make the move down to Nashville because of how special you've made us feel here. North Dakota, you will always be home, we love you oh so much, and we will definitely be back to visit."

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