Who We Are....
up in the Midwest on a farm in Southern Minnesota, there
was always something special about our family and how
much we enjoyed music. The last two children of a tight-knit family of
stuck by each other through thick and thin and we (the
Miller Sisters) decided to take our high-energy music
show beyond our small town.
At that point (1999-2001), we began to realize our music had a definite
rockabilly edge, and what better place to get
that party started than the Music City USA-- Nashville,
Tennessee!? Two awesome years later < filled
with songwriting, meetings, open mics, and on-stage
blues/country performances> it was time to
adventure on!! Short stops in San Francisco, CA and
Jackson Hole, WY (2001-2002) brought us to our
next destination- Reno, Nevada (2002-2003).
Songwriting... Reno had
a nice charm and sent songwriting to new heights.
Performing in taverns, coffee shops and for special
functions, we enjoyed the wonderful people and the
amazing beauty of Lake Tahoe and surrounding
areas. We stayed in Reno for about a year and
worked with some very talented musicians.
All of our
previous journeys in the lower 48 states soon pointed us to 'God's Country'- Alaska (2003).
Different than anything we'd ever experienced--- the land
in Alaska was straight from heaven and had a major impact on our music.
We played for some music fests and intimate crowds
and things really started moving.
Home in Jackson Hole...
After some reflection
and soul searching in Alaska, we are now in Victor,
Idaho (just over Teton Pass from Jackson, WY: 2004-2006) and are part of an excellent band
"Mandatory Air" playing in and around Jackson
Hole and Victor. We are having a great time doing
bigger shows and making new friends playing at places
like the Mangy Moose, Teton Village, Sidewinders,
Stagecoach, Knotty Pine, Jackson Lake Lodge, Snow King
Resort, and more....
To find out
more on our upcoming schedule,
would like to take this opportunity to thank all of you
who have believed in us.... Your
faith, encouragement and support of our music means more
than you know. In all of our travels, we have met
so many amazing people who have enjoyed our music and
expressed that to us. Thank you all.
-- The Miller Sisters