The KC Sisters have music in their DNA. The girls were raised by two musicians and introduced to multiple genres of music from rock & roll, country, gospel, folk, R&B, pop and jazz. Aside from their a cappella voices that harmonize on their repertoire of selections, each girl plays multiple instruments including piano, guitar, violin, bass, cello, ukulele, and drums. Each girl contributes to song arranging and the creation of new originals, which at times can be challenging, having so many cooks in the kitchen. Somehow they make it work and the song matures into something they all enjoy. They perform both covers and originals, many of which are recorded and produced themselves.
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Featured on season 1 of Nickelodeon's brand new show "America's Most Musical Family," Connecticut based KC Sisters – ranging in age from 19-25 – bring to the concert stage an explosive Americana flavored vocal/instrumental mix. Having shared their dynamic, harmony driven vocal and instrumental expertise in hundreds of performances throughout their home state of Connecticut, Massachusetts and New York, the multi-talented KC Sisters are now putting a fresh new spin on the term “Sister Act.” With a rootsy Americana sound that incorporates folk, country, gospel, R&B, rock, and jazz, the Casey sisters are now emerging as songwriters, Nashville recording artists, and TV personalities.
What sets The KC Sisters apart from any other group of musical siblings or indie bands is their musical diversity, transcendent ease with three, four, even five part harmonies, and the fact that each sister is a multi-talented vocalist and musician skilled in a variety of instruments including piano, guitar, bass, violin, ukulele and drums. Their shows include multi-harmonized vocals, and multiple genres including both originals and covers. Currently The KC Sisters are working with Debbie Gibson and Deke Sharon, music producer for "Pitch Perfect" and "Sing Off" and are rising stars on "TikTok"