What's your hometown(s) and how long has the group been in Savannah?
We lived in Port Saint Lucie, Fla., for about six years and then moved to Lebanon, Tenn., for about seven years. Kourtney was born in Findlay, Ohio, and I was born in Greenville, S.C. We have lived in Savannah for one year.
Some of your influences?
We have been influenced greatly by older, strong writers such as Elton John, Phil Collins, The Eagles, Billy Joel, Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley. And our young, current influences: The Civil Wars, John Mayer, Josh Groban, Sarah McLachlan and more.
... We grew up loving "The Sound of Music," "Phantom of the Opera," "Les Miserables," "My Fair Lady," "Annie." ... Personally, we draw from our day-to-day life, our family ... Our song "Silently Suffering" talks of depression and what it looks like. Our father, Glen Roseman, has been a beacon to our family.
His journey of walking with bi-polar disorder has made us compassionate advocates, and I can say that our music stems from that in a major way.
You can read more of the story at www.concertsofhope.org.
Describe your sound in three words.
Harmonic, unrivaled, pure.
What are some of your favorite Savannah venues to perform at and why?
The 5 Spot: What is not to love? The food is excellent, fantastic management and the audience is attentive and involved. We love that we can have a conversation from the mics and the venue is all around cool. Cozy with a touch of modern. It's perfect.
Dub's Pub: We can be loud! We love that we can use all of our volume and have some rip-roaring fun. ... Dub's Pub is perfect for that. Not to mention their jalepeno and beer cheese dip!
River House Seafood: We have now been playing River House Seafood every Tuesday for one year. This place is like our home. We love the management and servers. They have become our friends and that means so much to us ... River House is cozy, intimate and the food is remarkably good. The brick walls makes you feel like you are a part of Savannah's history. ... We love playing soft, sweet music that drifts through the air, providing a relaxed mood for those enjoying their four-star dinner.
What's in the future?
We try to live in the now; however, we do have dreams. BIG dreams and every day, we are one step closer to achieving them.
We want our music to reach as many people as possible. That doesnt necessarily mean fame, or in the direct-spotlight-fame, but we DO want the world to be touched by our songs.
We write for the world, honestly.
We desire to write wholesome, upright music full of life, love, sorrow and pain ... Everybody needs music to lift their spirit or to console. Music changes us, it molds and shapes us ... it is the most amazing, unparalleled medium of all art.
Every day we grow, we change, one more person listens to our song, one more album is purchased.
... We aren't waiting for this dream to come true, because it already has and opening for country legend Loretta Lynn proved our dream is current - it is happening right before our eyes!