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Where The Waters Run (2008)
A breathtaking second CD that was truly worth the wait! This recording breaks new ground, while staying true to the stunning harmonies, roots-based arrangements, and magical touch that define Leela and Ellie’s music. Produced by Leela and Ellie, this CD features nine compelling originals and two traditional songs.
“This second CD from sisters Leela and Ellie Grace is a smart and harmonious set…with a bright sound and an uplifting outlook. Their blend of complementary mountain-clear voices recalls the sound of groups like the Wailin’ Jennies and Uncle Earl, and the arrangements featuring mandolin, fiddle, banjo, and guitar also place them firmly in the modern American roots realm.” — Dirty Linen
Leela and Ellie Grace (2003)
This beautiful debut duo recording is truly a culmination of a lifetime of making music! Produced by Pete Sutherland, this CD features an exciting mix of original, traditional, and cover songs.
“Leela and Ellie Grace rush in as a breath of fresh air to folk music, creating a musically infectious CD full of great songs, thrilling harmonies, and convincing performance.” –Rich Warren
White print on T-shirt says
“We will join together one by one
Until a drop becomes a flood…”
These limited-edition T-shirts come in black with white print only. They are made of 100% cotton and are pre-shrunk. They are comfortable and soft! There are a limited number left and once they’re gone, they’re gone. Currently we have sizes Small, Medium, Large, and Extra Large available. Please add a note to your order to indicate size!
Dance Upon the Earth (1996) by The Grace Family
A fully collaborative effort, with Leela (at age 19) and Ellie (at age 17) coming into their own as instrumentalists, vocalists, and songwriters and their parents (ageless) really hitting their stride.
“Close family harmonies, strong instrumentals and a joyousness throughout make this a good listen.” — SingOut Magazine!