7/6/15

Oklahoma Road Trip Ahead


This Friday, we'll head south for a weekend tour in Oklahoma. 
We love road trips and are eager to share our music with folks in central Oklahoma.
First off, we'll perform at the Woody Guthrie Folk Festival at the Pastures of Plenty stage in Okemah. 
Earlier this summer, Maggie was awarded a spot on the program for winning 3rd place in the festival songwriting competition. 
We'll take the stage at 7:00 PM and will share two original songs, including the winning song--Lost Highway.
See the full schedule
HERE. 


On Saturday, we'll travel northwest to Watonga for a Live at the Liberty performance. 
This is FREE concert, hosted by the community and one we're most excited about. So, if you're in the area, please join us! 

7/3/15

Homer's Coffee House in June

 We had such a great time at Homer's Coffee House in Overland Park, Kansas this past weekend. 

We never know what attendance will be like at coffee shops in the summer, 
but we were thrilled when folks kept streaming in--with not a table available! 
Wow--you amazed us and left us bubbling over with gratitude. 

Here with one of our most faithful fans. We treated him to our last t-shirt in stock.
Thank you for joining us for our music. 
We look forward to returning to Homer's in November. 
Tomorrow, we'll return to Stone Pillar Vineyard and Winery in Olathe. 
Music from 2-5:00 PM. Join us! 

7/1/15

BBC Radio and Another Album Review



We were thrilled to learn this past week that one of our songs, 
The Loving Kind, debuted in the United Kingdom on BBC Local Radio on Marie Crichton's Country Show! 
Ms Crichton had some very nice things to say, and we are delighted that she enjoyed our music enough to share it with her listeners! 
You may listen in (for the next 25 days or so...) to the recording. 
Ours comes in at around 27 minutes into the show. 



My Own Dixie also received another album review! 
This time at The Daily Country. Tara writes, 

"Enchanting. Captivating. Delightful. The Vogts Sisters first original album, My Own Dixie is all of those things; 
an album blending Folk, Americana and Bluegrass into something graceful and pristine, 
filled with harmonies and instrumentation that are absolutely gorgeous." 
Read the entire review HERE. 
Buy the album HERE.