About Bees and the Bare Bones
Bees and the Bare Bones is the upbeat, quintessential, Canadian, girl-next-door duo, comprised of Madison Olds and Abby Wale. They write across and blur the lines over several genres of music including indie folk/pop and alt-country.
In July 2016, the band made their music debut at the Big Valley Jamboree in Camrose, Alberta, Canada. As the 2016 Chevy Tailgate winners, they went to Nashville where they recorded at the Sound Emporium with Brad Stella (the Stellas) and were first introduced to the music industry. They received the surprise of their lives when FOOL, their first professionally recorded song, aired on CMT as a bonus track during the Chevy top 20. You can see them this summer, 2017, opening on the same stage as Kenny Hess, Kacey Musgraves and Willie Nelson at Rockin’ River Fest in Merritt.
Inspired by Ed Sheeran, Chainsmokers, Lorde and Alessia Cara, they have returned to their love of pop for the basis of their upcoming album, but they never forget to consider those who love alt-country and who voted for them during the Chevy Tailgate contest. For that reason, you may catch an alt-country song here and there as gratitude for your support.
Combining a perfect mix of their own energetic originals and covers, their harmonies and acoustic sound delight and engage audiences everywhere by offering a new sound with old soul. They have been told that their natural conversational banter on stage is humorous and provides seamless links and entertainment between songs. Their music is about more than any story. It is about perspective, honesty and emotion.
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