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Redhead Express is a country band currently based in Nashville that spends a significant amount of their performance time here in Florida. For the past three years, they have played at the Chasco Fiesta in New Port Richey and for the past four years, they have performed at the Strawberry Festival in Plant City. They also spent most of this past winter rolling through Florida.
Sharing exquisite harmonies, thought-provoking lyrics, and sisterly melodies, Kendra, LaRae, Alisa, and Meghan Walker captivate audiences with authenticity, passion, and heart. Though their sisters in Redhead Express may be more widely known, The Walker Brothers have made their own mark in the music world. Sean, Joseph, and Ammon Walker have played extensively with the family band, including their parents, Brett and Apryll.
Four sisters with a dream; a big dream. This talented 4 sister group has been touring from Alaska sinceperforming over shows. The music of the Redhead Express takes you back to your Roots in a way that feels fresh and new. How did growing up in Alaska influence your music?
Redhead Express Rachel Moore Photography. Musical symmetry, sweet and satisfying, filled the air at The Lumberyard as the Redhead Express delivered their signature, full-throttle performance in December. Touring the country and performing at county fairs, performing arts centers and festivals, they now call Columbia home and have performed over shows since they left Alaska in
Redhead Express and the Walker Family is a fascinating family! There are 9 of them living together in an RV with a chocolate lab, sharing their love of music and family all across the country. Brett grew up in rural southwestern Idaho, eldest of 7, born into a family of singers which extends back generations.
Now, the Redhead Express is taking their music to a whole new level. While in the past they have been a cover band, today they are recording and performing more of their own original music — much to the delight of their growing fan base. Kendra is the oldest of the four sisters who are Redhead Express.
Yes, one sister said, she's sensitive to temperature changes. And yes, they are more resistant to anesthesia. Pain medications aside, what really emerged during the conversation was a quiet presence — a sisterly bond — that becomes powerful when they play.
For more than 72 years, we have been dedicated to shining a light on the issues that affect, engage, benefit and empower our local community. Sisters from left Meghan, LaRae, Kendra and Alisa Walker have become the focal point of the Palmer bluegrass-country-gospel music band. The family band has been touring venues across the United States, from Pennsylvania to Texas. A passel of redheads from Palmer is showing the Nashville scene a thing or two about musical success.