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The Vogts Sisters / Press

“Great music! Very easy to just sit and listen to the whole album! Definitely worth the purchase. Way to represent Southeast Kansas!”

“I love the sound of their voices, and I like the acoustic instruments as well. Wonderful that they wrote some of the songs too. A delightful album.”

“Creative album cover, great "old-timey" song selections, and lovely voices. Maggie and Abbey are both very talented - certainly musical artists to watch if you're a bluegrass fan! I love the sweetness and heart of the whole album. Current song favorites: "One More Dollar," "Lila Jean," "Acony Bell," and "Tear My Stillhouse Down."”

“Sweet and classy, Old Time Noise by The Vogts Sisters, is the kind of music the whole family can enjoy. With its down-home feel, beautiful harmonies and just a touch of sass…it’s the kind of music that’s as timeless as the sound from the mountain hollows, with a freshness that draws you in for more.”

“At a time when many young performers are rocking out, the Vogts sisters of Erie are making sweet music together. “We call it folk, but we’re not sure what it is, borderline bluegrass, maybe,” said Maggie Vogts, a Pittsburg State University senior. “Most of the songs on the CD are covers of Gillian Welch and David Rawlings,” Vogts said. “Three of them are originals." This summer Abbey and I started singing together,” Vogts said. “We went to Katy Days at Parsons and didn’t place in the competition.” However, Russell Head of the Labette Community College recording arts department approached the sisters about doing a CD. “That was at the end of May and we started recording in mid-June,” Vogts said. The Vogts Sisters won first place in the folk ensemble competition at the 2012 Kansas State Fiddling and Picking Championship in Lawrence and were invited to perform at the Walnut Valley Festival in WInfield, KS.”

“Review of Old Time Noise by The Vogts Sisters Creative album cover, great "old-timey" song selections, and lovely voices. Maggie and Abbey are both very talented - certainly musical artists to watch if you're a bluegrass fan! I love the sweetness and heart of the whole album. Current song favorites: "One More Dollar," "Lila Jean," "Acony Bell," and "Tear My Stillhouse Down."”

“Creative album cover, great "old-timey" song selections, and lovely voices. Maggie and Abbey are both very talented - certainly musical artists to watch if you're a bluegrass fan! I love the sweetness and heart of the whole album. Current song favorites: "One More Dollar," "Lila Jean," "Acony Bell," and "Tear My Stillhouse Down."”

“Vogts Sisters to Be in Big Gospel Show The girls, who are from Erie, won first place in the folk ensemble competition at the 2012 Kansas State Fiddling and Picking Championship in Lawrence and were also invited to perform on the Kids Acoustic Stage at the 2012 Walnut Valley Festival in Winfield. "They are excited about sharing the stage with these professionals and look forward to learning from them," their mother and manager Deborah Vogts said in an email. The girls performed at the Parsons Auditorium in September with Kentucky 31, which was their first big concert, Vogts said. "It turned out really well and they loved it," she wrote. "They've performed at other venues this past summer, even in Winfield, but this was their first auditorium concert." At the Dec. 8 concert, they will perform a few songs from their debut album, "Old Time Noise," released in November, as well as some new material and a few Christmas songs, Vogts wrote.”

“The Vogts Sisters Launching CD At a time when many young performers are rocking out, the Vogts sisters of Erie are making sweet music together. “We call it folk, but we’re not sure what it is, borderline bluegrass, maybe,” said Maggie Vogts, a Pittsburg State University senior. The Vogts Sisters won first place in the folk ensemble competition at the 2012 Kansas State Fiddling and Picking Championship in Lawrence and were invited to perform at the Kids Acoustic Stage at the 2012 Walnut Valley Festival in Winfield. Abbey isn’t going to worry about becoming a star. Read more on link “I don’t think it’s wise to think that in years to come we’re going to be in Nashville,” she said. “It’s in God’s hands, not ours.””

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