Original Music By Gracie & Lacy
Something magical happens when siblings collaborate on music. Charleston singer-songwriters Gracie & Lacy are inspired by the musical heritage in their family. During the Great Depression, Gracie & Lacy's great-grandfather, a Detroit musician, had to sell all of his music to provide for his family - that music was never found.
On the other side of the family, Gracie and Lacy's great grandmother, a single mother who worked for Quaker Oats, used to write lyrics on the backs of test kitchen sheets. When she had saved enough money, she drove herself to a recording studio in Kansas City and had her demos made on 45 records. While her music remains unpublished, it was pitched to both Elvis and Johnny Cash - the thank you letter from Cash's team remains in the family collection. One of Grandma Murle's songs "Rat-A-Tat-Tat" is now featured in Gracie & Lacy's original musical The Four Freedoms - A Tribute To Norman Rockwell.
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