A band that defies description...
Kaylen (22), Kelsey (20) and Kristen (18) Kassab formed the K3 Sisters Band in 2009. The award winning singer songwriters and multi-instrumentalists from Texas grew up on stage in their parents’ band, and have gone on to produce, record and perform hundreds of concerts and original music in addition to generating close to a billion views across their social media channels.
Their latest studio album “13” released on Friday the 13th, 2022 commemorates 13 years of performing as a five member family band. And, “13” is their 13th album released to date on their Bruce Ray Productions private label.
The deeply relatable and symbolic lyrics of their love songs, laments, folk and pop overtures often washed with Celtic or bluegrass themes are in addition to their danceable high energy rock ballads.
Kaylen, Kelsey and Kristen have mastered guitar, bass, fiddle, mandolin, drums and harmonica, and they are known for switching instruments from song to song. In addition, they all freely alternate between lead and tight harmony vocals. The trio’s musical and production versatility is further enhanced by the supporting roles of award winning parents Jamie “K3 Sisters Momma” and The Bruce.
The celebrations surrounding the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th amendment giving women voting rights in the USA saw their song “My Time,” released on one of the band’s many self-produced music videos, become part of the Smithsonian’s ongoing exhibit “Girlhood- It’s Complicated” at the Museum of American History in Washington, D.C. In 2023 they will go on tour with the exhibit to museums in select cities.
The band continues, however, to remain an independent “underground act” with full creative control thereby enabling them to connect directly to fans in over 50 countries. The band’s expanding international reach is fueled by live streaming their interactive concerts and meetups on line in lieu of road shows, festival appearances or arena touring.
Known for their anti-bullying stance, in 2014 they authored the #K3Motto which has circled the globe as a non-political, inclusive and culturally neutral philosophical mindset. They also are supportive of the mental health of young people across the world in the light of the Covid 19 pandemic and the resultant isolation and loneliness felt by so many.
Kaylen, Kelsey and Kristen’s fandom, known as the K3SB FAM, as well as the general public listen to their songs, concerts and video content for free on their website k3sistersband.com or on their social media channels. The band’s music is not on any of the popular streaming services like Spotify or Apple Music.
The girls’ wildly popular short form content of all things related to Harry Potter, plus comedy and dance routines can be found on TikTok, YouTube Shorts and Instagram Reels. Their creative content, optimism and inclusive attitude continues to reach the hearts and minds of people of all ages and cultures.
Famous Birthdays Profiles:
Read Variety Magazine Article "The Sisterhood of TikTok Rock"
Read Forbes Article,
"TikTok Is Pure Self-Expression. This Is Your Must-Try Sampler.
Read our Interview with FLAVOURMAG,
"The K3 SISTERS BAND talk online trolls, dream collaborations and how to make the perfect TikTok"
Watch us do
"Harry Potter Impressions" with J-14 Magazine
Read our Interview with Star Central Magizine,
"Rising Stars To Watch Out For In 2020: Meet The Incredible K3 Sisters Band"
Read Sweety High's Article,
"How the K3 Sisters Band Turned Their Harry Potter Fandom Into TikTok Gold"
Read Star Local Media's Article "TikTok helps K3 Sisters Find Success During Pandemic"
Watch our Interview with The Buzz,
"K3 Sisters Band talks keeping it in the family, and spreading positivity in their music"
Watch us read our "Texts From Mom"
with J-14 Magazine
Read our Interview with DISTRACTIFY,
"Meet the K3 Sisters Band: "We’re the Band Beyond Description" (EXCLUSIVE)
Read our Interview with Rival Mag,
"Tik-Tok Sensation 'K3' is the Future of Female Fronted Music: Learn how These Women are Owning the Industry"