Feb 1 – The Lang Sisters & The Tron Family Band

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Tim Fast had to cancel due to illness but we’re proud to present The Lang Sisters who have played in many venues along with the Tron Family Band, together, will be making their first appearance at Sacred Grounds. Tim Tron, who is the Director of the Chatham County Junior Appalachian Musicians and author of Bruecke to Heaven, would love to introduce these two young bands to your audience. As Tim would say, they play gospel, traditional and bluegrass music from their hearts honoring God, always asking Him to play through them in spite of themselves.
The Lang Sisters is a band formed in 2012, by Chloe and Jessica Lang. Chloe, 15, and Jessica, 12, enjoy playing everything from bluegrass to country to folk and pop. Jessica plays the guitar and mandolin, and Chloe plays the guitar, ukulele, and banjo.
Tron Family Band plays gospel, traditional and bluegrass music from their hearts honoring God, always asking Him to play through them in spite of themselves.

www.facebook.com/thelangsisters

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One thought on “Feb 1 – The Lang Sisters & The Tron Family Band

    Timothy W. Tron said:
    February 1, 2014 at 3:16 pm

    Thank you Phil for the great introduction.

    A little more about the Tron Family: Our family band consists of my daughter Mary, 12 years old, who plays mandolin, fiddle and vocals; my son Jonathan, 13 years old turning 14 on Monday, plays fiddle and vocals; and myself, Dad, who fills in wherever needed, mostly playing rhythm guitar. We perform a few original songs but mostly play old time, bluegrass and gospel. We are thankful to be performing tonight for our first time at Sacred Grounds and look forward to sharing the gift God has blessed us with as well as playing with our friends The Lang Sisters, Caleb Hagwood of The Bethesda Bluegrass Band and having fellowship with your audience.

    We will see you soon, and God Bless. – Timothy W. Tron, Tron Family Band.

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