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Society Pages: The Register-Guard

Thank you, Christine Sherk, for including both of us in The Register-Guard! Wise words inspire For the new year, local notables share favorite books that move them by Christine Sherk At the start of a new year it seems as good a time as any to seek inspiring, motivational, encouraging words, or even just a good story that…

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Society Pages: The Register-Guard

Thank you, Jackie Varriano, for featuring us in The Register-Guard! SUPPORT FROM SISTERS by Jackie Varriano Among the other groups sharing that supportive stage with Rocket 3 that evening is the sister duo Douglas County Daughters. Emily West of Eugene and Mollie Ziegler of Seattle released their debut album as a duo in 2013. “Going Home”…

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Society Pages: Eugene Weekly

Thank you, Lauren Messman, for featuring us in Eugene Weekly!  Sister Act by Lauren Messman Douglas County Daughters is another firm example that music is a place where sibling rivalries can fall by the wayside.  After growing up in Douglas County, Neb., surrounded by their mother’s passion for 1940s music, sisters Mollie Ziegler and Emily…

Society Pages: Launch and Release

Thank you, Ian Anderson, for featuring us in Launch and Release! 3 Tips on Crowdfunding Your Music from the Douglas County Daughters by Ian Anderson They’re a bit of a throwback, no doubt, and the Douglas County Daughters are some very smart, well-spoken women when it comes to their Kickstarter campaign. And though they left for…

Society Pages: The Seattle Times

Thanks again, Dana Landon, for choosing our photo for the Seattle Times Sunday paper! Sisters Molly Ziegler and Emily West are the duo behind Douglas County Daughters, a vintage Americana music project.  You can hear their music at www.douglascountydaughters.com.  I found them at Seattle Center before their performance at Folklife.  I find it amazing how…

Society Pages: Launch and Release

Thank you, Ian Anderson, for mentioning us in Launch and Release! Slam The Door On Your Fear Of Asking For Money: A Music Crowdfunding Tip by Ian Anderson One HUGE hurdle that you must overcome before attempting a music crowdfunding project lies in convincing yourself that it’s okay to ask other people for their money.Somewhere along…

Society Pages: Create! Eugene

Thank you, Luke Fannin, for featuring us in Create! Eugene.   Meet the Artists: Emily West Afanador & Mollie Ziegler, Douglas County Daughters by Luke Fannin When sisters Emily West Afanador and Mollie Ziegler were teenagers, their family moved from a “cow town” in Douglas County, Nebraska, to the suburbs of Seattle. It was a…

Society Pages: It’s My Darlin’

Thank you, Dana Landon, for featuring us in It’s My Darlin’! Sisters Molly and Emily are the duo behind Douglas County Daughters; a vintage Americana music project. Check them out here. I found them at Folklife when I was there Saturday. See more at Dana’s blog…

Society Pages: blogmess – tracy green

Thank you, Tracy Green, for featuring us in blogmess! Let me introduce you to two of my friends I have two friends who started a Kickstarter project.It seems like everything is being funded by Kickstarter these days.  I even heard about a movie studio using it to generate interest in a film that they probably already have money…

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