I'm the baby of the family, so I'm pretty laid back; I'm used to letting others lead the way. I've learned, however, that drummers are often directors of bands, dictating tempo, volume, and feel. It's my sneaky way of getting to take the lead.
Douglas County Daughters is an Americana family band featuring close sibling harmonies and an entertaining collection of songs, including roots, rockabilly, and retro-inspired originals.
I'm the middle sister, so I grew up wanting to be different. I played the french horn, customized my clothes, and became a fan of Daniel Pinkham. Now I'm in a band with backline instruments in the front.