The Hobbs Sisters bring a killer combination of big voices, twin sister harmonies and high energy performance to the stage. Whether headlining shows in the Pittsburgh tri-state area or opening for national acts such as Brett Eldredge, The Swon Brothers and more, they are making a name for themselves as both singers and entertainers. From their harmony-driven original songs to their unique interpretations of popular country covers, The Hobbs Sisters have created a sound that is all their own.
Growing up in Peters Township, Pennsylvania in Washington County, The Hobbs Sisters, Hannah and Lauren, were always singing.They credit both their grandfather, Pappaw John, and the church choir for getting them into music. It was their grandfather who first exposed them to country music and playing the guitar.
They began performing as a duo in the Pittsburgh area, as well as in Winston Salem, NC, where they graduated from Wake Forest University. Hannah and Lauren have always had a love for harmony, which they frequently incorporate into their music. Whether adding it into cover songs or writing it into their original music, harmony has become the signature sound for the Hobbs Sisters.
The Hobbs Sisters have opened for national country acts Chris Cagle, Brett Eldredge, Will Hoge and The Swon Brothers. In 2014, they shared the stage with national acts, Jana Kramer, Maddie and Tae, Cassadee Pope and Rae Lynn as part of Y108's Girls With Guitars Concert. They had the honor of appearing on The Wheeling Jamboree in June 2013 and also performed at College Fest 2013 in Boston, MA. The Hobbs Sisters recorded their debut EP at Sonytree Studios in Nashville. The self-titled, 5 song EP was released in May 2013 and the lead single, "Love Don't Give Up" received airplay in Pittsburgh and several other states.