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Songs We Love: Bermuda Triangle, 'Rosey'

Brittany Howard, Becca Mancari and Jesse Lafser share songs and trade harmonies in arrangements built to recall late-night sessions on the back porch of a dive bar.
From left, Jesse Lafser, Brittany Howard and Becca Mancari of Bermuda Triangle. Source: Courtesy of Sarah Harvey

"I don't shine if you don't shine' is a lesson I learned from my best friend," wrote the journalist Ann Friedman in 2013, coining the term "shine theory" to describe her commitment) Aminatou Sow, she wrote, had helped her realize that instead of competing, women make greater progress by banding together and highlighting each other's strengths. From comedy to indie rock to celebrity posses, shine theory is a major force today. This summer, a beautiful example took Nashville by storm when Brittany Howard, Becca Mancari and Jesse Lafser , Bermuda Triangle.

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