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Rise and Shine

by Echo Valley

This sibling band will entertain with their unique variety of traditional bluegrass, gospel bluegrass, Celtic, and folk styles
Genre: Country: Bluegrass
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Cherokee Shuffle
1:45 $1.49
2. Rise and Shine
2:40 $1.49
3. I Believe
4:36 $1.49
4. Kansas City Kitty
1:12 $1.49
5. Paul and Peter Walked
3:10 $1.49
6. Walkin' by Faith
2:52 $1.49
7. Prairie Spring / Haymaker's Hoedown
4:49 $1.49
8. Tell Me 'Bout Them Good Old Days
4:11 $1.49
9. Down in the River
2:44 $1.49
10. Freedom, Family, and Faith
2:55 $1.49
11. Be Assured
3:54 $1.49
12. Ramnee Ceilidh
2:29 $1.49
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Album Notes
Since their founding in 2008, Echo Valley has been entertaining people of all ages with their unique variety of traditional bluegrass, gospel bluegrass, Celtic, and folk styles. Since 2014, this family band has played regularly for the major bluegrass festivals in western Pennsylvania including the Three Rivers Arts Festival in Pittsburgh, St. Joeseph's House of Hospitality Charity Bluegrass concert and local fairs. Last summer, the band had the thrill of performing with The Farm Hands during their show at the Lawerence County Fair! The band's self-titled debut album came out in April 2016 and their second album, “Rise and Shine”, was release January 2018. Their goal with their music is to glorify the Lord and give encouragement to their listeners. Currently, they live on a farm in Pennsylvania. They enjoy working on the farm and learning new skills.

Elizabeth is the alto and guitarist of the group. An avid musician for 15 years, she also plays the piano and cello or whatever instrument she can get her hands on. She works as a wedding photographer and music teacher. Her free time is spent arranging music, filming, sewing and working on the farm.

Emily is the band's lead soprano and fiddler. The most decorated band member, she has won 2nd place at the 2016 Pennsylvania Sate Fiddle contest, Teen division. She enjoys participating in fiddle contests throughout western PA and teaches violin both out of home and at a local church. She spends most of her free time sewing but also enjoys organizing and cleaning.

Isabelle is the high tenor singer and mandolin player. She adds harmony and quality with her violin, mandolin, and voice. When not practicing and arranging music, she can often be found reading or sewing. She takes care of the cows and horses on the farm and owns a miniature donkey business.

Olivia is our fun-loving sister. She contributes greatly with her clear soprano, violin, and great sense of humor. She is learning the piano, banjo and mandolin. Some of her favorite pastimes are riding horses, drawing, reading and writing.

Emmaline is the bass player in our group. Known as “The pint sized bass player”, Emmaline delights many with her enthusiastic performance. She also sings and is learning the piano and mandolin. When she is not reading a thick chapter book, she can often be found outside running and biking with her siblings.

Annamae is the youngest sister. She sings with the family and is learning to play the piano and violin. Some of her hobbies include sewing, baking, and biking.

David is the youngest sibling and the only boy in the family! When not singing, he loves playing with his sisters and helping his dad work on the farm. Older sisters Elizabeth and Emily give him piano and violin lessons. He enjoys building and making unique inventions.


“Their musicianship is stellar”
-Oil City Arts Council

“The Echo Valley band has provided numerous heart-warming and crowd-pleasing performances at Oil City’s Oil Country Bluegrass Festival and at the community’s National Transit Building. Their performances have often resulted in standing ovations as audience members are taken by their obvious affection for each other as a family band as well as by their outstanding musical talents. Echo Valley consistently incorporates into their inspiring performances stories of family fun and special memories, while honoring their commitment to glorifying the Lord as they play a wide variety of gospel, bluegrass and other beautiful old-timey songs.”
-Ron Shoup, a founder and longtime organizer of Oil City’s annual Oil Country Bluegrass Festival

“This family band has lots of potential.”
-Bluegrass Unlimited

“Echo Valley is an energetic and refreshing band, woven with sibling talent and harmonies. Their musical connection allows for an original sound and charming performances. A must for your ears and eyes!”
-Amy George, Bluegrass Relief Fund

“Wow, I am blown away!”
-Daryl Mosley, Farm Hands

"Not only is Echo Valley the most talented, creative, and disciplined young group I've had the privilege to record, but their integrity and devout faith gives them that extra sparkle which shines through their music and touches one's heart and inspires the soul".
-Wes Homner, Rosewood Studios



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