About The Larkins
Watch these girls. They're going to be huge. First of all, they have these perfectly matching, stunning platinum blonde locks that shine effervescently from every stage they play. Second, they're as catchy and quirky as the Dixie Chicks, yet as talented and skilled as Nickel Creek. Third, their sound is so much like Dolly Parton's bluegrass recordings that Ms. Parton herself has been known to come up on stage and sing with them (this got them their start at Dollywood, entertaining park-goers because of their dead-ringer likeness to the proprietress). Shaunna and Tina Larkin are sisters who grew up in East Tennessee singing perfectly wrought, airtight harmonies. Their mother and father are also musicians, so it's no surprise that much of their godhead talent comes from the kind of parental support and encouragement that nurtures future superstars.