The Lovell Sisters consisted of three permanent members: Jessica, Megan and Rebecca Lovell. Although the band had roots in bluegrass and classical music, the band described its music as progressive acoustic. The group's first album, When Forever Rolls Around, was released that September. In 2006, Rebecca won the MerleFest mandolin contest. At 15 years of age, she was the youngest person (and only woman) to win a MerleFest instrument competition. The Lovell Sisters' song "Distance" won the 2008 John Lennon Songwriting Contest grand prize in the country genre . Live at the Philadelphia Folk Festival (DVD), 2008. Time to Grow, 2009, 2DefPigs Records. John Lennon Songwriting Contest - 2008 Grand Prize Winners.
Live @ The Philadelphia Folk Festival - Track 3 of 10. Extract Chords. September Tour Video. Jerry Douglas Band - Merlefest 2002. The Crooked Line - The Lovell Sisters w/ Elvis Costello @ Winnipeg Folk Festival. Steve Martin "Atheist Song" 2010 Merlefest. Sam Bush & Jerry Douglas - Steam Powered Aereo Plane (Merlefest 2015).
Larkin Poe is an American roots rock band from Atlanta, GA fronted by sisters Rebecca Lovell (born January 30, 1991) and Megan Lovell (born May 12, 1989). Featuring strong southern harmonies, heavy electric guitar riffs, and slide guitar, they are often touted as "the little sisters of the Allman Brothers". The band performed at the 2014 and 2016 Glastonbury Festival, and were voted "Best Discovery of Glastonbury 2014" by the UK's The Observer.
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LOVELL SISTERS videos - Live At The Philadelphia Folk Festival.