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Check Them Out: Quebe sisters
There’s no telling where you’ll find those harmony-singing, mean fiddle-playing sisters these days


It used to be that if you wanted to hear the Quebe Sisters Band, you’d have to go to the Fort Worth area.

But there they were in March performing at the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association’s meeting in Anaheim, California. There they were again showcased at Austin’s South by Southwest Music Festival. In May, they were booked to represent Justin Boots at Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway shareholders meeting. (Billionaire Buffett likes to play his ukulele with them.) There’s just no telling where you will find the sisters.

The sweet, picture-perfect Grace, Sophia and Hulda, ages 22, 20 and 17, respectively, sing close harmony on country swing, hot jazz and Western classics. And they play three mean fiddles—usually accompanied by Joey McKenzie on the guitar and perhaps a couple of bass players. Now you can order their CDs at www.quebesistersband.com or write: QSB, P.O. Box 1844, Burleson, TX 76097.


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