10 May 2014

Musicmafia presents musical duo Lavendine


Musicmafia presents musical duo Lavendine

We are taught as children, that when you fall down, you brush yourself off and you get back up again. For twins, Jacy and Jana Ayers, that is exactly the way they have lived their lives; and every time they’ve stood back up, they’ve had more strength, hope and faith than the last time. Together, the two make up musical duo, LAVENDINE and their lyrically driven tunes are a pure representation of who the women are and how they view every day. Their debut album, Feel My Way (available now), is comprised of 10 tracks that somehow manage to find a balance of honesty and strength, darkness in light; an admission that things are not always easy, but filled with enough strength and hope that they know they will be.

Lavendine "Feel My Way" Album Sampler

Born in Liberal, Kansas, raised mostly in Oklahoma and eventually following their dreams to Nashville (two times), the sisters first fell in love with music and performing at just 4 or 5 years old. Jana recalls, “we were just little bitty’s standing on two bales of hay, singing background vocals in church as a favor for someone.” Their mother knew right away that her girls could carry a tune and it was from then on that singing, recording and dreaming of music became a natural and normal part of their lives. Although they had performed locally, even winning competitions, it wasn’t until they were getting ready to go to college that they shared with their parents their secret conversations of skipping school to move to Nashville to sing.  

 Regardless of the dark clouds in their lives, the two always had hope and strength in the things they wanted for their lives, which not only included music, but marriage and family as well. After about four years in Oklahoma, Jana and Jacy headed back to Nashville and were blessed to begin working with Danny Duncan (Bruce Springsteen, Usher, Amy Grant), the first person to ever let them truly be and feel like the artists they knew they were. It was working with Danny that helped renew the confidence they had since they were little girls, that somewhere there was a place in the world that they could have a career in music.

For more information on LAVENDINE, please visit: 

No comments:

Post a Comment