Monday, March 5, 2018


I’m not sure what the average sister dynamic is, but my younger sisters have not always been my very best friends.  At 13 years old, I was an angst-filled-drama-queen without a cause,  Georgia(10) was a goofball, only really interested in playing her fiddle and putting a smile on your face, and Quin(9), “The Stinker” with an “anything you can do I can do better” attitude.  I never totally despised them, but they were definitely not “cool”.  Now, my sisters are my best friends. Even though they are younger, I have learned a lot from them.  We were, and still are, so different from one another but music gave us common ground that we built upon together.  As the band fell into place and music fell into our lives more prominently, the bond between my younger sisters and I was cultivated into a unique sister-ship that I could never trade for anything in the world.
 I started in this band with my sisters hoping that we would be The Next Big Thing, what little girl doesn't long to be famous?  The more I played with my sisters the more that appetite for “fame” faded away, and a genuine hunger for what I was singing and helping create flooded in.   I don’t need to be famous or have a hit on the radio to be happy with what I have done with my music now.  I want people to listen to the music my sisters and I have formed together with open ears.  I want it to spark a feeling inside or put a smile on a face, or maybe make them think, I want people to relate.
If you didn’t know it already, becoming an adult is one wild ride.  Change is constant and
I know it is inevitable that things won’t be this way forever.  I love playing music and I will always sing and play with my sisters, but it will soon be time for me to spread my wings and move out, so  while I work on making more time for my career as a hairstylist, Georgia is working on making music into hers.  If you follow along with us on facebook you would note that she has been taking on a lot of solo-loop-pedal gigs.(you should go see her on March 10th!)  She is doing everything from booking and promoting to creating the art that goes on her posters.  If anyone has the drive and passion to make a living out of music, it’s G.   Quin, being the jack-of-all-trades, has decided to take the cosmetology program this year and give me a run for my money.  When she tries something new there is a confidence about her that is undeniable, that’s why she can be good at whatever she wants(eye-roll), once she has her license for hair she plans to continue on with massage therapy.
The years my sisters and I have practiced, performed, recorded and written together are the best of memories I have made.  So many summers at music festivals, autumns playing pumpkin patches, and winters recording a CD.  We experienced a chunk of our lives together that no one else will ever really understand completely.  I am so grateful for the bond that not only held together, but grew stronger in some of the most testing times in my life.  This Valentines day marked us 7 years playing gigs as a band together.  I honestly cannot believe 7 years has passed,  I feel like just yesterday we were on our “Geriatric Tour”.  We’ve played nursing homes, bars, block parties, cat funerals, theaters, news stations, farmers markets and music festivals.  Our music has evolved and our writing has flourished and matured with life experience.  As we go into the studio for an album of all original songs it feels like I blinked and we are musicians now, we are storytellers now, we are women now.  I am so glad I got to experience so many special moments with my sisters, I am so proud of them both, and I am so excited to get to share these songs.  I feel that the lyrics and music embody the bond between us and share the lessons we have learned in these past few years of our lives.  I can’t help but feel a new chapter is ready to unfold for us all and I can feel that we have many more beautiful memories to make ahead.

Always remember, there was nothing worth sharing
Like the love that let us share our name”  -The Avett Brothers

*Over the next few weeks expect some shorter blogs about our time in the studio together*

<3 To my little sisters-  I love you so much happy Sistertines Day and happy Bandaversery!


If you are looking for tickets to Georgia Raes CD party you can find them here! →…/georgia-rae-cd-release-party/

I highly recommend going

Sunday, March 4, 2018

Sisters (pictures)

Girl Power
Right after Quin was surprised with a piano... I look pretty confused  
The last first day of school with all 5 sisters
Our first bar show ever haha

one of the last shows from our first ever "tour" together

we love our converse

Georgia and Quins first homecoming together
Quin goes to prom

when we all went to Colorado for the first time

Backstage at the Pabst Theater... exited to say the least

cant remember where we were headed home from here, I do remember it being one of the best trips we all took together though


The most recent picture wit all 5 of us togher