Folk-Acoustic-Bluegrass Duet/Band out of Raleigh, NC "Inspired by their love of traditional music, The Lang Sisters include many folk, bluegrass and gospel crowd favorites, as well as their own original songs, to create a unique palette of acoustic music."
Chloe and Jessie are honored to be featured (page 55) in the North Carolina MILLENNIAL TRADITIONAL ARTISTS DIRECTORY. The Millennial Traditional Artists (MTA) Directory documents next-generation artists working within traditional genres and cultures found across the state of North Carolina. This directory is the outcome of a three-year initiative by the Folklife Program of the North Carolina Arts Council to identify, serve, and promote the needs of traditional artists at the early stages of their careers.
Our Song of the Mountains 2017 performance is finally airing on PBS. If you missed the show, you can click on picture below to see it on online. Support your local PBS station and ask them to bring Song of the Mountains to your neck-of-the-woods.
The Lang Sisters Band performed at MerleFest 2018! We were super excited to have Kitty Amaral and Greg Penny join Chloe Lang and Jessica Lang for this performance. Playing at MerleFest is such an honor and has been a goal of ours for some time!
Our first CD project, Coming Home, was very exciting and fun to produce!
This a new original song, Tell Me A Story, that I (Jessie Lang) wrote with Rick Lang, Songwriter of the IBMA Songwriting Committee, through the IBMA songwriting mentoring program. It has been such an honor and blessing to work with him! I wrote this song about how we all want to hear a story with a happy ending, and no pain and sorrow in our lives. Even though this isn't attainable, we can always hope and have faith for a better future. This song goes out to my Mom, as it's her birthday today (June 11), and she has been here for us all along! :)
Music of the Carolinas Series: The Lang Sisters Band Sunday, June 11, 3 p.m
The Lang Sisters Band had a great time at the Got to Be NC Festival. They were honored to take home 2nd place among other fantastic bluegrass bands. Big thanks to our awesome guest bass player, Raymond Bragg and of course we can't forget our fantastic fiddler Sam Stage. Thank you to Buddy Michaels and everyone at Got to be NC Festival for making this happen.
Got to Be NC Festival Carolina Bluegrass Battle kicks off May 20th with host band, The Church Sisters, playing at 10:15 a.m. North Carolina State Fair in the Dorton Arena.
Our 2015 North Carolina State Fair Folk Festival wins! The Lang Sisters: 2nd place Vocal Duet, Trio or Quartet division Jessica Lang: Special Award - The Curtis Lee Trophy - this award is presented to an individual for an outstanding instrumental performance.