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The Mandolins and Beer Podcast Episode #32 Lauren Price of the Price Sisters The Mandolins and Beer Podcast

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This week's guest is Lauren Price of The Price Sisters!


Music has always had a resounding presence in the lives of twin sisters Lauren Price Napier and
Leanna Price. Growing up, both of their parents sang traditional and old-time country songs. As the sisters grew up hearing duet harmony, they naturally became accustomed to singing together
themselves. Lauren and Leanna were gifted instruments for their eighth birthday and began
taking lessons at age nine, though they didn’t take as strong an interest in bluegrass music
specifically until their mid-high school years. The girls then began attending as many festivals
and workshops as possible. Both were recipients of Bill Vernon Memorial Scholarships at the
Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival in 2014 and attended the annual IBMA conference for the first time
that fall. In 2017, Lauren and Leanna each completed their Bachelor degrees in Traditional
Music from Morehead State University.


You can find Lauren on Facebook and Instagram
and be sure to also follow The Price Sisters at their Website, their Facebook and their Instagram


Also be sure to pick up Tristan Scroggins' new fiddle book HERE


Get 30 days of Sharon Gilchrist's newest PEGHEAD NATION course by entering mandolinbeer at checkout!


As always thank you to The Mandolin Cafe

Support The Mandolins and Beer Podcast HERE


This week's guest is Lauren Price of The Price Sisters!


Music has always had a resounding presence in the lives of twin sisters Lauren Price Napier and
Leanna Price. Growing up, both of their parents sang traditional and old-time country songs. As the sisters grew up hearing duet harmony, they naturally became accustomed to singing together
themselves. Lauren and Leanna were gifted instruments for their eighth birthday and began
taking lessons at age nine, though they didn’t take as strong an interest in bluegrass music
specifically until their mid-high school years. The girls then began attending as many festivals
and workshops as possible. Both were recipients of Bill Vernon Memorial Scholarships at the
Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival in 2014 and attended the annual IBMA conference for the first time
that fall. In 2017, Lauren and Leanna each completed their Bachelor degrees in Traditional
Music from Morehead State University.


You can find Lauren on Facebook and Instagram
and be sure to also follow The Price Sisters at their Website, their Facebook and their Instagram


Also be sure to pick up Tristan Scroggins' new fiddle book HERE


Get 30 days of Sharon Gilchrist's newest PEGHEAD NATION course by entering mandolinbeer at checkout!


As always thank you to The Mandolin Cafe

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