Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP!as host Scott McCausey interviews acclaimed recording artists, the Peasall Sisters.
Over the past five years, the Peasall Sisters—Sarah, Hannah, and Leah—have earned Grammy and CMA awards for their part in the blockbuster movie and soundtrack, O Brother, Where Art Thou? They’ve performed at such esteemed venues as Carnegie Hall and Radio City Music Hall with the acclaimed Down from the Mountain Tour, in addition to the Grand Ole Opry. But even with all that time in the spotlight, the Peasalls are still all about family.
Their father Mike was the music minister at their church and plays upright bass. Their Mom sang alto in the choir. They started singing in children’s church at age 4, which led to singing and performing at nursing homes, fairs, churches, etc. When a friend told them that movie producers were looking for children to play George Clooney’s children in a new movie, the Peasalls went to an open audition. They didn’t get the on-screen part, but the producers liked their 3-part harmony and they joined the stellar cast and soundtrack.
This month is the last the girls will be performing as a trio. Join us as Christian Devotions Speak UP thanks the Peasalls for blessing so many people with their musical talents and discusses what’s next in their journey for the Lord.
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