Review: The Lovell Sisters “Time To Grow”

The Lovell Sisters' "Time To Grow" shows that this bluegrass-infused sister act is ready for years of Americana and bluegrass chart success - along with a Grammy or two. Yes, The Lovell Sisters have blossomed into one of music's most promising new acts.
The success of the trio's tight instrumentation and seamless vocals is probably due to the sisters' years of hard work practicing their craft both individually and as a group. All three are expert musicians and "Time To Grow" showcases Megan's brilliance on resonator guitar, Jessica's top-notch fiddle prowess and the unique stylings of Rebecca on both guitar and mandolin.

The biggest surprise of the album is that the two best songs were written by the sisters themselves. The title song "Time To Grow" showcases The Lovell Sisters as a new force in bluegrass and Americana music. Plus, it's a toe-tapping delight. "Distance" is one of The Lovell Sisters' most understated tracks, but it's also among the best. "Distance" offers penetrating vocals and beautiful instrumentation.

Some people say that young artists today don't possess the musicianship, work ethic or talent of artists before them. However, The Lovell Sisters prove them wrong. Indeed, "Time To Grow" deserves a place on the shelf of any fan of Americana or country music.