When you listen to the magnetic vocals of Kaylee Harrison combined with the stirring guitar of older brother Glen Harrison, it’s clear that music has always been in their blood.

Kaylee says, “Singing has always been something that has come natural to me. Since I can remember I have always sung, it’s something that is engrained and a part of who I am. We grew up with parents who loved to listen to music and I remember singing along to the American Country Countdown on road trips. It was the late 90’s and artists such as Shania Twain, Faith Hill, Martina McBride and the Dixie Chicks inspired me. I immersed myself by mimicking these artists, which definitely played a part in developing my singing style”. Glenn adds, “I had an early Keith Urban album at home I would always play but when I was 14 I went to an Eagles concert and that was a big turning point for me. I attempted to learn all of their songs and solos. Joe Walsh and Don Felder are legends…I particularly studied how Felder played and tried to play like him. I remember entering a talent show and I played a Keith song on guitar and managed to win the section and received my first paycheck!