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Herrold Sisters / Press

“Fifteen-year-old Hannah and twelve-year-old Abby may be young, but they certainly have big dreams and they are determined to make those dreams a reality....”

“While most young sisters are reading diaries and stealing clothes, Hannah and Abby Herrold are writing songs and singing duets around the country, including the beaches of Walton County.”

“TULSA, Oklahoma - A lot of kids dream of being the next Justin Bieber or Taylor Swift. Not all those kids have the drive to make those dreams come true. In the video above, Rick Wells shows us a couple of south Tulsa girls, who have gotten a pretty good start on their musical dreams. They've performed all over this part of the country, and even in Music City, where they recorded an album of original music. Rick caught up with the Herrold Sisters, Abby and Hannah, when they were rehearsing for a performance in Arkansas, on Saturday.”

“If you are anything like me, when you read an article with young talented artists, you are eager to head over to their links and listen to them! Make no exception here folks. These girls may be young, but they have what it takes to make it to the top! I honestly believe that one day, with their talent NOW, they WILL be signed to a Record Label and that label will be very lucky to have them on their team! ”

“The Herrold Sisters - both of whom write songs, sing and play guitar - perform at venues around town, from frozen-yogurt parlors to busy Brookside restaurants. They've also been on stages in Arkansas, Florida, the Grapevine Opry in Texas, and the Branson Landing in Missouri. And Nashville, the capital of country music, where they'll be heading again soon after Christmas for two full days in a studio.”

“Orange Leaf also has an outdoor courtyard for patrons to enjoy, and Thaggard says he plans to have live music one night a week. Their first act was the Herrold Sisters duo, who played last Monday.”

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