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Now playing on the porch: Home To You by The Peasall Sisters

Favorite new folk artists! These girls are phenomenal. 10 years ago – when they were 7, 10 and 13 years old – they broke into the national music scene by recording tracks for the infamous Oh Brother, Where Art Thou? film. Since then, they have performed at Radio City Music Hall, Carnegie Hall and The Grand Ole Opry, to name a few venues. Their 2nd album, Home To You, shares with the world their beautiful voices, reminiscent of Alison Krauss and Sara Watkins (of Nickel Creek). Listen, love, and then thank a rural Tennessee town for producing such a talent!

There is something about folk music that seems to welcome cooler weather and changing leaves. I can imagine these girls playing at Saturday farmer’s markets and October pumpkin patches.

So Fall, I give you the talented Peasall Sisters!

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