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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."[1]

Kenzie Eaglin (left) and Bailee Eaglin (right) performing at their first show.
Background information
OriginDenton, Texas, U.S.
  • Bailee Eaglin
  • Kenzie Eaglin


2021–present: Formation and self-titled EP[edit]

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.[2] 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[edit]

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[3], a blog[4], 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"[5] 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."[5] 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.[6]


  1. "Eaglin". Spotify. Retrieved 2021-12-23.
  2. Bosman, Julie (2020-03-27). "Coronavirus Cases, Concentrated on the Coasts, Now Threaten America's Middle". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2021-12-23.
  3., Lucinda Breeding Features Editor. "Sister act: Local duo channels family sound into first EP". Denton Record-Chronicle. Retrieved 2021-12-23.CS1 maint: Extra text: authors list (link)
  4. "denton texas Archives". The Greater Good. Retrieved 2021-12-23.
  5. 5.0 5.1 "ABOUT". mckenziesmithmusic. Retrieved 2021-12-23.
  6. "Jospeh M". Joseph M. Retrieved 2021-12-23.

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