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The Quebe Sisters Band (The Kennedy Center)

The Quebe Sisters Band

Since their musical journey began in 1998, Grace, Sophia & Hulda have been covering a lot of ground. In the beginning, the Q's started taking fiddle lessons from Sherry McKenzie (Joey's wife) and later from Joey, learning traditional Texas-style fiddling. From the start, all three sisters demonstrated astonishing talent and determination and a real love of music. Shortly thereafter, the girls began entering fiddle contests and had success early on; winning several State, regional and National fiddle championships. The Quebes musical repertoire has since grown to include a wide variety of traditional styles, especially western swing, hot jazz and swing standards, western and cowboy songs, vintage country and bluegrass.

Watch Past Performances

The Quebe Sisters Band 7/2/08: The Quebe Sisters Band

This young, exceptional new group performs a blend of western swing, hot jazz and swing standards, vintage country, and traditional Texas style fiddle tunes. Part of the Smithsonian Folklife Festival, this year celebrating Bhutan, the Land of the Thunder Dragon; 50 years of NASA; and the music, food, and wine of Texas.

The Quebe Sisters Band

This young, exceptional new group performs a blend of western swing, hot jazz and swing standards, vintage country, and traditional Texas style fiddle tunes. Part of the Smithsonian Folklife Festival, this year celebrating Bhutan, the Land of the Thunder Dragon; 50 years of NASA; and the music, food, and wine of Texas.

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