THE SESSIONS' INSIDE TRACKS
By mesmerizing the crowd with their angelic harmonies and simple instrumentation, Eisley won over the entire audience during SXSW in 2010, when they stopped by The Sessions stage to sing their song, "Many Funerals." Producers Lauren Bucherie and CJ Vinson wanted to keep the focus solely on the talent that was illuminating the dark room that day at The Hideout, and ended up with a sincerely moving, sincerely stellar clip.
Hailing from the small town of Tyler, Texas, Eisley consists of four siblings: Chauntelle, Sherri, Stacy and their brother Weston DuPree. After parting ways with their original bassist, Jon Wilson, in 2005, cousin Garron DuPree stepped in and the rest is history.
That whimsical sound only Eisley can produce has garnered them quite a following that just keeps getting bigger. Room Noises, released in 2005, was their first full-length album and it embodied anything and everything you would want in an indie/alternative pop record. Their latest release is an EP titled Deep Space, which came out in February of this year. With it, Eisley once again pulls off another outstanding masterpiece that has an amazing lyrical dance you will want to listen to again and again.
This Friday, March 30, at The Parish, will be one of the final shows on their 2012 “Deep Space” tour. Get your tickets now before it’s too late, and keep your eye on this family of musical prodigies — you don’t want to miss anything! (And don't forget to "Like" Eisley and The Session's Music LLC on Facebook!)
"Many Funerals" by Eisley
About The Sessions:
Producers CJ Vinson and Lauren Bucherie are musical tastemakers based out of Austin, Texas. They built their company around a simple wish: To diminish the boundary between art and audience. Their unwavering style and eclectic creative collaborations have made The Sessions sought-after team for musicians around the world. CJ and Lauren have worked with everyone from local favorites Cowboy and Indian, Suzanna Choffel and Dan Dyer to internationally-renowned acts like Fitz and the Tantrums and two-time Grammy award winners The Civil Wars.