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Flatiron Junction is made up of 3 sisters who were born in Hingham/Cohasset Massachusetts where they started playing together at the ages of 6, 8, and 10. They played at festivals with their guitar teacher Jim Armstrong, and also Fenway Park before a Red Sox game in April of 2005. They moved to Vero Beach Florida when they were 8, 10 and 12 and were able to play at fundraisers, festivals, parties and sporting events. In 2009 they moved to Boulder Colorado, where they currently reside. They have been sharing their contemporary country /bluegrass music with friends and family for the past 7 years. Three years ago they started writing their own music adding an additional 30 new songs to their repertoire.
Abby, lead vocals and guitar, and the oldest Brown sister, has been playing for 8 years. She is 19 years old and is looking to major in Music Business and Songwriting when she goes off to Belmont University. Writing, performing and singing has always been a major part of her life. She says, “Music is about being yourself and relating to other people through it.”
Sarah, high harmony, mandolin and guitar, is 17 years old. Sarah has been playing for 8 years, and picked up the guitar about 3 years ago. At age 9 she wrote her first song, “Dear God” and continues to write and co-write with Abby in her free time.
Audrey, low harmony and bass guitar is the youngest sister, but the tallest. Audrey is 15 years old, and started at age 6 on the ukulele and has gradually made her way up to the electric bass. She is starting to write more with Sarah and Abby, and has found her knack of keeping the band in time with her bass lines and percussion instruments.