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Eaglin is an African-American pop-rock duo from Denton, Texas. Sisters, Bailee and Kenzie Eaglin officially released their debut EP, Eaglin, on July 16, 2021. On the brink of stardom, the sister-duo mashes their experiences with "growing up and [their] personal musical influences [to create] vibrant mood-boosters and self-reflective anthems [for] families and friends beyond their hometown."
Kenzie Eaglin (left) and Bailee Eaglin (right) performing at their first show.
|Origin||Denton, Texas, U.S.|
2021–present: Formation and self-titled EP
The formation of the band introduced itself over time with the combination of the sisters' individual musical talents. Growing up, the oldest of the pop-rock duo, Bailee Eaglin, learned how to write music. With the help of influences such as, The Beatles and the Jonas Brothers, Bailee became a self-taught musician, singer, and songwriter. Soon, this outlet for self-expression became a common factor between her and her younger sister, Kenzie. Over time, Kenzie Eaglin excelled vocally, and eventually also dabbled in songwriting. Together, these two formed a duo that shared a passion for listening to music as well as making it themselves. Naturally, this led to the formation of: Eaglin.
The self-titled EP, Eaglin, dropped on July 16, 2021. The collection of songs has a mix of long-awaited releases as well as quickly, well-formed tunes. For example, one song in particular, "Sun's Out", had been in the making for years whereas, "Vanilla" and "Songs for Mom" are the products of quarantine. While all of the individual tracks tell their own story, the album overall showcases Eaglin's ability to display a versatile range of music styles.
Public relations and appearances
Following the group's release of their self-titled EP, Eaglin, they have attracted attention from several different media platforms including appearances on: their local newspaper, a blog, various social media accounts, and podcasts.
In terms of public relations, Eaglin has previously partnered with McKenzie Smith, who is a "Grammy award winning drummer" that has been featured on "Saturday Night Live, The Late Show with David Letterman, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, and Good Morning America." Along with this, on the duo's song, "Maybe", Joey McClellan is credited as being a feature guitarist; McClellan is most known for his role as the main guitarist to fellow singer and song-writer, Elle King.
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