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Joseph Sisters bringing the country soul to WV

By Staff | Mar 26, 2015


MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Introducing The Joseph Sisters, a country trio of sisters hailing from the Northern Panhandle in West Virginia. The Joseph Sisters made up of Marybeth, Jamie and Shalyn Joseph have been singing together since before they can remember, and aspire to continue to showcase their talents. The Joseph Sisters began singing in front of their parents in the living room of their home, moved on to singing in the choir while in middle and high school, and have now decided to begin singing professionally. In past years, the Sisters have showcased their talents all over the Ohio Valley, including opening for Toby Keith and Trace Adkins at Jamboree in the Hills 2013.

The Joseph Sisters bring unique harmonies to everything they sing, with each sister bringing their own distinct sound creating their own twist on classic country covers, as well as writing some of their own music. Last year, The Joseph Sisters traveled to Nashville to record their second album at Oceanway Studios, which will be released at a later date, and have recently released a live DVD, recorded at the Wheeling Island Racetrack and Casino. The DVD features live covers from country artists such as, Miranda Lambert, Little Big Town and Fleetwood Mac, and a few of their own songs. When talking about their up-coming album, Jamie Joseph mentioned that there is a song that everyone can relate to. “From our beautiful ballad Light of the Moon, to our going out on the town anthem, Wrong, our music offers upbeat lyrics that portray each of our different personalities.”

Beginning this May at the Headliners Stage in Washington, PA, The Joseph Sisters will kick off their spring and summer fairs and festivals tour that goes through the end of September. Eldest sister, Mary Beth Joseph said that the group is the most excited for the Barbour Country Fair on Sept. 5, in Belington, WV. “We will be opening up in Barbour County for RaeLynn, a rising, female country sensation, who got her start on The Voice.”

The Joseph Sisters agree that there are some extremely talented leading lady musicians in country music today. Youngest sister, Shalyn Joseph said, “It’s nice to be able to contribute our music to that audience. We are so excited for this summer to start, and can’t wait to get our music out there.

For more information on The Joseph Sisters, visit their website www.thejosephsisters.com or contact Hannah Bass at hbass@bluesalleymusic.com or 304-780-9477. You can also find The Joseph Sisters on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.