In just a year, the K3 Sisters Band has exploded across TikTok and social media, with Teens and Tweens alike falling in love with the girl's beautiful songwriting and lyrics, funny original videos, and amazing cos-play costumes. But it's not just Gen-Z who has taken notice, FORBES, GOOD MORNING AMERICA and VARIETY have all featured the girls, hailing them as the future of music for their fortitude to use TikTok and social media to release their own original content. Having performed LIVE at venues large and small for years, the girls were ready to keep their fans entertained when stay-at-home orders hit due to COVID19. They set up their own home stage and began streaming live weekly shows on their YouTube channel. Heavily influenced by folk rock legends like Crosby, Stills & Nash, Bob Dylan, and Neil Young, the girls have added their own 'girl power' twist to their music, with elements of folk pop, Celtic, country, and rock. True hippies at heart, the girls released their most recent LIVE album "Earth Day 2020" in April which celebrates nature and Mother Earth with hits like "Cotton Candy Sky" and "California Redwood." Most recently, as an ode to their Harry Potter loving fans, they released the single "Queen Bellatrix".
With parents deeply rooted in the entertainment industry, and a lineage of four generations (on both sides!) of musicians, music and performing was in their blood from the start. Each sister began studying the Suzuki method of violin at the age of 4, instantly falling in love with instruments and learning how to sing. The girls started performing together at family gatherings, which soon led to local elementary school shows for kids their own age. In 2008, while on a flight back from Disney World, they came up with their band name K3 which is a play on who they are - 3 sisters with names beginning with the letter "K". Before long they were booking even bigger festivals and shows in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area, including Six Flags Over Texas, the Great Wolf Lodge, Dallas Arboretum, the Tyler, Texas Rose Festival, and the North Park Dallas Mall, honing and refining their skills to perform for large crowds. Then they took first place and won $5,000.00 for writing and entering an original song writing contest as part of Dallas Taste and Trade Festival for which they were the headline act. The song was their first official single, "The Party Never Ends.