von Grey Joins Deering!

by Carolina Bridges

von GreyThe von Grey sisters perform some of the most beautiful harmonies you will ever hear. They are multi-instrumentalists that are capturing the hearts of audiences who have the privilege to view them live.

Annika von Grey with her Deering Eagle II Acoustic/Electric banjo Annika von Grey with her Deering Eagle II Acoustic/Electric banjo

Annika, 16, is the banjo (guitar, violin, keys) player and will soon be seen playing Deering’s maple Eagle II banjo with a Kavanjo pickup. Kathryn, 18, plays cello (mandolin, bass, and keys), Fiona, 15, on lead guitar (violin), and Petra 12 on lap steel (keys). They are a power to be reckoned with - both now and in years to come. All four of them are part of the “four-part harmonies, poetic lyrics, and indelible melodies” that make up their live performances. Hailing from Atlanta, GA, the sisters were recently part of the line-up of stellar performers at the popular SXSW festival in Texas. With over 200 performances over the past two years throughout the southeastern U.S., their 2013 schedule is fast filling up.

Their unique blend of alternative and folk music has already been heard on “Late Show with David Letterman” and “Conan.” Of their self-titled, five-song EP, which was recently released, Annika says, “It’s only the beginning. Each step makes us eager to reach further. There’s always another emotion or thought aching to be shared in just the right way-the right rhythm of living.”

With such great maturity, enthusiasm, and talent, the von Grey sisters are bound to bring the world years of musical excellence.  Learn more about them at www.vongreymusic.com


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