Binding the love they have for each other, life, and music with endless energy and sophisticated lyrics acoustic-rock sibling sensations “The Iveys” have been wowing audiences everywhere with their remarkable sound and incredible vocals. Over the years, the Ivey’s have performed over five hundred live shows, played six national tours, and produced several music videos. The Ivey’s are inspired by an array of artists across multiple genres, everything from The Eagles, The Avett Brothers, and Matchbox Twenty to The Fray, and countless other contemporary indie artists. With harmonies and a style as unique as the bond they share, Arlen (vocals, guitar), Jessica (vocals, piano), and Jillian (vocals, key/string arrangements) continually refine and expand their talents, while rapidly growing their fan base and an already impressive repertoire.
Featured as Fuse TV’s “Unsigned Artist of the Month,” the 3-piece sibling band has performed on a variety of television shows such as “Good Day Austin” and “ABC Portland,” they’ve collaborated with numerous artists including Latin Grammy Award winner Justin J. Leeah who produced their sophomore album Days & Nights, and producer Mario Caldato Jr. (Beastie Boys, Beck). As vocalists, they actively contributed to Johnny Rawls’ “Blues Album of the Year” Memphis Still Got Soul, and collaborated with multi-platinum Spanish rock group Moderatto. No stage is too small or too large! The Ivey’s won “Music2Rise Top Featured Band” contest on YouTube and have appeared at nationwide venues and the Plaza Classic Film Festival (the world’s largest classic film fest).
With hundreds of shows behind them and yet to come, a solid fan base, and industry support…their infectious allure continues to prove that when it comes to The Iveys, the sky is truly the limit.
“Their songwriting is as strong as their vocals; neither talent is better than the other: an accomplishment that is obvious through every song, and such a rarity to everyone but them. Sometimes it’s a lyric that captures my attention, sometimes a background vocal that surprises me, sometimes a piano that makes me take pause and want to listen again.” — Ellen Marie Hawkins, Relate Magazine
“This was my second time seeing The Iveys, I had previously seen their set at IPO Detroit, and I came away impressed on both occasions. This is an immensely talented band with big ambitions, and the talent to achieve their goals.” – Michael Canter, Jivewired