In a relatively short amount of time, THE PRICE SISTERS from Sardis, Ohio, Lauren (mandolin, harmony/lead vocals) and Leanna (fiddle, lead/harmony vocals) have generated an exciting buzz within the traditional music community for presenting their own unique interpretation of the ancient tones set forth by Bill Monroe and his Blue Grass Boys. As Rebel Records’ newest recording artists, The Price Sisters announce the debut of their self-titled recording, and with their lovely harmonies add their own touch to each of the numbers. Read full article.
Twin sisters, Lauren Price and Leanna Price, love and play traditional bluegrass, especially that in the style of Bill Monroe and his Bluegrass Boys, and have developed their own sound around that style. The Monroe County, Ohio, duo features Lauren on the mandolin and Leanna on fiddle. Their vocal harmonies are unsurpassed, strengthened by a bond only siblings can share.
While their vocal sound has been likened to that of Alison Krauss, former Bluegrass Boy, Byron Berline, has stated, “To see young people like the Price twins excel on their instruments and sing like only sisters can, really makes me proud to know this music will last for a long time.”
In addition to Monroe’s influence, they have been inspired by those steeped in tradition and the old-time sounds such as The Carter Family, Jimmie Rodgers, and Hazel Dickens. The duo performed with their family, The Price Family, for several years prior to forming The Price Sisters in 2012.
For more information and booking information contact Rhonda Price, firstname.lastname@example.org