Sheryl and Kerry ...
Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica, Ukelele, Percussion
Sounds Like: The Everly Brothers, The Indigo Girls, Dixie Chicks, Sheryl Crow
Sheryl and Kerry grew up in San Francisco and started singing together at an early age performing in glee clubs, choirs and musical theater.
Daughters of film and theater performer " Eileen Christy " the summers were spent on the road learning from the best . They were also discovering guitars a...See Full Bio
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“The honey-warm harmonies and slice-of-life charm of the Keller Sisters’ debut EP Shine recalls the days of summers past. Maybe it’s the sweetness of the vocals or the nostalgic yearning of songs such as “That Room,” but there is an undeniably sunny vibe that is being emitted here. Certainly, the music itself offers the coziness of a campfire – smoothly textured acoustic riffs and bluesy harmonica. Siblings Sheryl and Kerry have produced a heartfelt collection of folk music, one that also reveals the influence of the Beatles and classic country music. The opening track, the witty “Hillbilly Blond,” struts with Bonnie Raitt-styled swagger and trailer-park spunk. The song’s locomotive beat and blistering harmonica add to the smoke left in its path. “Can’t Believe My Luck” veers toward the Keller Sisters’ Americana side, back-to-basics country without the Nashville cheese or indie artiness. for full review .. http://www.nodepression.com/profiles/blogs/cd-review-the”