Acoustic sounds and harmonies from a pair of sibling duos
The Vespers are one of those lucky young bands that have built an extensive underground following simply through word of mouth and heavy touring. The band is uniquely made up of two sibling duos; the Cryar sisters and the Jones brothers. The four have distinguished their sound with an arsenal of acoustic instruments and harmonies only siblings can create. Their showmanship generates a roller coaster of sight, sound, emotion, and inherent chemistry. The Vespers have independently released two full-length recordings and left a strong impression on both Americana and Christian audiences. Lead vocalists Callie (21) and Phoebe Cryar (19) were brought up in a musical family in Nashville, honing their gifts as young kids singing background vocals on Music Row. It was a chance meeting at a campfire jam that brought the sisters an earthy grounding in brothers Bruno (20) and Taylor Jones (22), who were drawn to gritty Southern rock and the depth of their fatherís record collection that included soul music from the likes of Stevie Wonder. This is a young band with a difference!