x

You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your ReverbNation experience.

Douglas County Daughters / Press

“When they perform together what results is an audible form of pixie dust. Sincerity, simplicity and lovely remnants of our American musical culture are heard in every note. While it may be easy to use Americana as a gimmick, they have somehow managed to use this approach to connect with their own roots. This is more than a retrospective approach to art, it's become a journey to strengthen their own roots and sense of family.”

“This is, perhaps, Douglas County Daughters’ biggest appeal. Their music walks a fine line between the vintage and the contemporary: it is sentimental, but not trite; nostalgic, but not gimmicky; original, but true to the profound heritage of American music.”

“Though they’ve both made their homes in the Pacific Northwest — Mollie in Seattle, Emily here in Eugene — when you hear their music, it’s hard not to imagine that every song they sing is at least in small part a love song for home.”

“...every song, classic or original, is characterized by the sisters' memorable and effortless vocal harmonies.”

"It's kinda a guaranteed good time!"

Mandi - DCD Guest Book

"DCD is my favorite local band!"

Caroline - DCD Guest Book

"Love the harmony!"

Vicky - DCD Guest Book

"They are fantastic"

Kathy - DCD Guest Book

"Just plain COOL!"

Kyle - DCD Guest Book

"The vocal blending - very nice, a musical quality that made me think of theater music."

Frank - DCD Guest Book

"Excellent singing, great harmony, keeping American folk songs alive. I also enjoy the humor and the variety of the tunes."

Arwen - DCD Guest Book

“Right now we’re very fortunate to have live in the studio, Douglas County Daughters...you guys have that wonderful blessing of having the perfect harmonics because of your sisterhood.”

Lenet Galloway - Women in Music, KRVM Radio

"You two killed it! You really nailed the old style in every way. Very gifted, beautiful and top notch! There is nothin' out of place. Keep it up!"

"Beautiful sister harmonies that blend tenors so perfectly."

Carl - DCD Guest Book

"Saw you at SoulFood. Awesome harmonies!"

Ann - DCD Guest Book

"Beautiful classy women making awesome music!"

Carrie - DCD Guest Book

"Sisterhood! I hope to do what you do when I am able."

Caitlin - DCD Guest Book

"I enjoy their singing and musical talent. The cuteness level is off the chart. The range of music styles is INCREDIBLE.

Lisa - DCD Guest Book

"On into the night, Douglas County Daughters play a set and Crooked River wraps up after midnight. I happened to catch Douglas County Daughters at last year’s Grrrlz Rock. The Daughters are drop dead gorgeous women with extraordinary voices."

"Original. Real. Honest. Beautiful. Classy."

Robyn - DCD Guest Book

"You are the best thing I know to have come out of Nebraska. So beautiful, so talented, and so clearly sisters!"

Johanna - DCD Guest Book

“That’s beautiful. You guys have beautiful voices. Really nice.”

“They hail from Douglas County Nebraska, where they were encouraged in music at an early age. Their harmonic bonds of sisterhood are strengthened by extensive musical educations and years of performance experience. Their eclectic take on the American Songbook fits right in here on the Revue.”

"...always great to hear well-matched voices"

Mary - DCD Guest Book

"Great voices! Great look!"

TJ - DCD Guest Book

"They are fantastic"

KLCC Front Porch Listener - KLCC Front Porch Revue

"Your a cappella harmonies transcend time. So tight. From a hundred years ago. You're a Vocal Time Machine!

John - DCD Guest Book

"I don't know how anyone can drum like that and sing at the same time."

"The music will start at 1 PM with a performance from the sister duo of Emily Afanador & [Mollie] Ziegler. The two women put together a special set of acoustic bluegrass and Americana music especially for the festival. Of all the acts, Burgess singled out this group as something to look forward to. The specially crafted set commemorating Flaconer is an appropriate [way] to start the festivities."

"We love your beautiful music. What a perfect way to welcome Summer. Thank you!"

Kim - DCD Guest Book

"You ladies are very beautiful and talented! And so enthusiastic! I love it!"

Hilaree - DCD Guest Book

"I accidentally caught a show last year at the Axe and Fiddle and was impressed by the decidedly excellent quality voices of the featured duo “Douglas County Daughters”.

"Love the folksy, small town, family music...great harmonies, a nice variety of songs."

Michelle - DCD Guest Book

"[I appreciate] their harmonies and their friendly personalities."

Scotty - DCD Guest Book

"Great vocals and harmonies. Big sound for just two people."

Kathy - DCD Guest Book

"Great Harmony and yodeling. Diction was clear and easy to understand. Keyboard and drums sounded great."

Anonymous - DCD Guest Book

“Y'all are adorable...talented...really really nice.”

Jenna - DCD Guest Book

“[I appreciate] your style - rhythmic, old-timey, joyous.”

Nancy - DCD Guest Book

"You can tell y'all are loving it up there and it comes off in the music."

Athan - DCD Guest Book

"[I appreciate] the unique sound that your voices make together. You are very magnetic, and wonderful!"

Ollie - DCD Guest Book

“This would be great laying in the grass music…thanks for bringing some of that sunshine in with you…you made it brighter and more fun in here.”

"The anecdotes told before each song...gives such a meaningful feeling to each performance."

Cassie - DCD Guest Book

"...variety of songs and pure talent!"

Barbara - DCD Guest Book

"They are both very talented in playing the keyboard and drums while at the same time having great voices. Also they are both very beautiful and attractive.

Arya - DCD Guest Book

"Wonderful music and fun interaction with the audience."

Tony and Gabi - DCD Guest Book

"Love the harmonies! Great variety of music...great musicianship."

Susan - DCD Guest Book

"How fun you both are!!"

Cassandra - DCD Guest Book