Sisters Ivy and Sophie of Walker County started their career on the streets of lower Broadway. Traveling to Nashville with guitars in hand, the sisters played on Broadway and quickly turned heads. Back at home in Indiana, their father encouraged them to play everywhere they could from church to local festivals.
In high school, they decided to pursue music full time and recorded their debut EP. The EP was later picked up by Warner Records. Following in the footsteps of Patsy Cline, Dolly Parton, and Miranda Lambert or “the divas of country” as the sisters refer to them, they made the move to Nashville. In Nashville, they honed their craft of songwriting. Able to write from the heart about personal experiences, their songs are relatable and honest.
Their latest single, “Bits and Pieces” hit radio airwaves on June 21st. Picked from a demo, they felt the “world needed a good time song because we all miss those nights with our friends,” and “Bits and Pieces” was just that. You can watch the music video below. This summer they’ll hit the road with Old Dominion and Tanya Tucker on the CMT Next Women of Country Tour.
Follow Walker County on social media @WalkerCounty and visit their website here.
Author: Nicole Marchesi