Hailing from a small farm in rural Massachusetts, the four Green Sisters were raised with music accompanying their chores. Their sound spans a wide range of bluegrass, barbershop, blues, country, and lots of original songs which fit right into the mix. They’ve been playing venues in New England regularly for the last several years and have garnered quite the following; it’s hard not to smile when treated with their tight harmonies and high energy tunes. Their live show is where they really shine, bouncing their jovial banter around the stage as only siblings can.
The sisters’ second studio album, Blink of an Eye, was released in late 2020.
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Richard Duckett interviews the Green Sisters for the Worcester paper in preparation for their show at John Henry’s Hammer Coffeehouse.
Showcase Winners – Lazer 99.3
Leah Rantz interviews the sisters after their win at the September Valley Music Showcase.
Sentinel & Enterprise
Cheryl Cuddahy interviews the sisters about how they got started, and much more.
Hank Stolz of Talk of the Commonwealth interviews three of the Green Sisters about their now-annual Thanksgiving show, and other topics.
Video Session – Valley Advocate
The Green Sisters perform on the Valley Advocate Sessions in Northampton, MA, followed by a brief interview.
Album Review – Micahel Cimaomo
“The Green Sisters’ Endless Blue is Familial Gem” – album review by freelance writer and journalist Michael Cimaomo.
George Lenker reviews the Green Sisters in The Republican for their upcoming show with Trailer Park at Luthier’s Co-op in Northampton, MA.
The Greenfield Recorder
“‘Endless Blue’ is produced by Tom Manhken (Trailer Park, Young @ Heart Chorus) and not only showcases the sisters’ impeccable harmonies, but the group’s ability to work in a variety of genres including Celtic, old timey, folk and bluegrass.” – album review by Sheryl Hunter in the Greenfield Recorder.
The Worcester Telegram
Short blurb about a local upcoming show & new album.