It’s two sisters, two brothers, four friends, eleven instruments, one fun little folk band. However you do the math, The Vespers are a force to be reckoned with. Critics have hailed Callie, Phoebe, Taylor and Bruno as “magnificently unforgettable” and “fresh and infectious”. The sisters' vocal exchange and pure harmonies have been described as “two angels”, “ghostly and haunting”, “honey sweet” and “serene”. Excepting no side note to their vocal prowess is their impressive instrumental skills. The sisters travel with guitar, ukulele, banjo, electric bass, accordion, and mandolin in tow knowing full well how to wield each one effectively. The Jones boys’ “tight and creative rhythm section” is grounded in the earthy volume of the gritty southern rock and lowdown blues that they were gratefully exposed to at a young age. That raw approach combined with an expansive range of lyrical themes is the backbone to The Vespers’ overall sound that is said to be “reminiscent of hearing the words ‘I love you’ for the first time.” It's big praise all around for a fun little folk band.