Press



"The honey-warm harmonies and slice-of-life charm of the Keller Sisters’ debut EP Shine recalls the days of summers past. Siblings Sheryl and Kerry have produced a heartfelt collection of folk music, one that also reveals the influence of the Beatles and classic country music. The opening track, the witty “Hillbilly Blond,” struts with Bonnie Raitt-styled swagger and trailer-park spunk. The song’s locomotive beat and blistering harmonica add to the smoke left in its path. “Can’t Believe My Luck” veers toward the Keller Sisters’ Americana side, back-to-basics country without the Nashville cheese "..

Stacey Zering ..
No Depression - The Americana Roots Authority

"  Americana delivered with just the right amount of carefree sass "
 - Richard Rice .. SF Live Arts 

" The Keller Sisters performed for the Odd Fellows & Rebekah's Open House Night of Lights in Half Moon Bay. They were the last act and their beautiful voices, harmony and storytelling kept the audience spell bound and enchanted. Their musicality, original songs, and variety of instruments and presentation was something that we will be talking about for a long time " .........
- Judi Bengel Night of Lights , Half Moon Bay

" I produced a show in North Beach for the 5th Annual Art Walk.  I put The Keller Sisters as the last act and they blew everyone away, with their singing, performance and creativity. Many of their songs were original. We laughed and cried to the innovative use of words. What a way to end a wonderful day of music. We were all spellbound during their whole set. You can tell these gals are sisters, as their interaction is darling. Thumbs up Keller Sisters !
- Carol Peterson, 5th Annual North Beach Art Walk

" 'Twas a splendid evening, and your material and presentation rendered a warm and textured contribution.I'm looking forward to your CD release. Thanks again for a wonderful performance, and here's to more in the future... "
- Bob Peterson, Music at the Meadows

" The Keller Sisters rocked !!  Thank You Sheryl and Kerry "
- Cathleen Meyers, SF Free Folk Fest

 
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