The Emmons Sisters are playing music that will bring a whole new future to bluegrass music. That's why they play Tomorrow's Bluegrass, Today!
The audience may be seeing four young sisters, Stephanie, Natalie, Victoria and Christina, but they're listening to enthusiastic musicians playing energetic bluegrass music while singing beautiful soaring harmonies to audiences of all ages.
These sisters write their own bluegrass gospel music, weaving in influences of some of their favorite bluegrass artists such as Alison Krauss and Union Station, Nickel Creek, Cherryholmes, and Rhonda Vincent & The Rage, yet still allowing their own distinct sound to stand true.
Hitting the stage in 2002, they've performed at hundreds of venues since their first appearance, which was opening the Gospel Night at the 2002 Grants Pass Concerts in the Park. At each bluegrass festival and concert, the audiences are blown away by their professionalism and their stage presence.
Besides entertaining for live audiences, The Emmons Sisters have had the privilege of recording their original songs for over 90 episodes of television shows on three different networks shown worldwide.
The Emmons Sisters have completed four CDs. "Possibilities" was recorded in 2004 (recorded at Log Cabin Studios), "God's Gift" was recorded in 2003 (recorded at Log Cabin Studios) and "In The Springtime," their debut album, was recorded at Mountain View Productions in 2002. Their most recent, "Turning Point," was released in August 2006, and was recorded at Log Cabin Studios. It offers fourteen tracks that will amaze their fans while winning over a new audience of listeners.
Their CDs are available at The Emmons Sisters' live performances, their website (www.TheEmmonsSisters.com), CD Baby (www.cdbaby.com) and at the following Oregon Stores: It's A Small World, Plaza Sewing, Listen Here, Heaven on Earth, and Evangel.
In 2008 Victoria Emmons starred in the independent Christian film COME WHAT MAY, which you can buy ChristianBook.com.
So go ahead; take a listen to The Emmons Sisters, the princesses of bluegrass. You will hear the sound of tomorrow's bluegrass music, being played today.
The Emmons Sisters are based in Grants Pass, Oregon.