‘Endless Blue’ is produced by Tom Manhken (Trailer Park, Young @ Heart Chorus) and not only showcases the sisters’ impeccable harmonies, but the group’s ability to work in a variety of genres including Celtic, old timey, folk and bluegrass.album review by Sheryl Hunter in the Greenfield Recorder
- Melody (Mel) Green — vocals, mandolin, guitar, bass
- Betsy (Bets) Heron — vocals, fiddle, banjo
- Brianna (Brie) Green — vocals, bass, fiddle, guitar
- Rebecca (Beck) Mitus — vocals, guitar, mandolin, bass, fiddle
Sprouting from a small farm in rural Massachusetts, the four Green Sisters have had a deep love of music from birth. Their music spans a wide range of bluegrass, barbershop, blues, country, and lots of original songs which fit right into the mix. They’ve been playing venues in New England regularly for the last few years and have garnered quite the following; it’s hard to not to smile when treated with their tight harmonies and high energy tunes. Their live show is where they really shine, bouncing their jovial banter around the stage as only siblings can. Their first CD, Endless Blue, was released last year; now the sisters are hard at work on their second and are excited to share new songs and stories with you.
The four gals get together to play as often as they can. They revel in each other’s company, and jump easily from bluegrass to barbershop to blues to Celtic to originals of all styles.