Hobbs Sisters – comprised of twins Hannah and Lauren – is an ascending modern country duo known for their big voices, powerful harmonies and spirited live performances. Growing up in Pittsburgh, PA, the twins’ musical journey started early. From a young age, Hannah and Lauren were always singing and they credit their grandfather with exposing them to both country music and the guitar. Now based in Nashville, the pair has established a distinct sound that blends a modern feel with their love of ‘90s country and artists like Shania Twain and Martina McBride. The duo has opened for Lady A, Charlie Daniels, Brett Eldredge and other leading national acts and regularly collaborates with some of Music City’s most talented songwriters. In 2021, Hobbs Sisters released their debut album, Turn It Up, which was premiered by American Songwriter and garnered the pair numerous critical accolades. Hobbs Sisters continue to maintain a busy touring schedule and are currently working with GRAMMY-nominated producer Forest Whitehead on their follow-up album, due out in early 2024.
PEOPLE - "HOBBS SISTERS' LAUREN HOBBS' WEDDING DAY CHRONICLED IN MUSIC VIDEO FOR 'HARDER THAN A DIAMOND' (EXCLUSIVE)"
"With all the changes in Lauren's life last year, it felt like the right timing, and it came up pretty easily," twin sister Hannah tells PEOPLE.
AMERICAN SONGWRITER - "THE HOBBS SISTERS 'TURN IT UP' ON WELL-ROUNDED, ENERGETIC DEBUT ALBUM"
“We’ve just fallen in love with writing songs,” Lauren Hobbs tells American Songwriter. “It’s such a joy to be able to put everything we’re feeling into songs.”
AMERICAN SONGWRITER - "ON THE FRONT LINES OF A NEW, YOUNGER GENERATION OF WRITERS IN NASHVILLE, THE DUO IS EMBLEMATIC OF THE UNWAVERING RESOLVE OF COUNTRY MUSIC. "
“Growing up, we always sang together,” Hannah Hobbs told American Songwriter.” Along with her sister Lauren, Hannah makes up one-half of The Hobbs Sisters, a duo who’s begun to make a name for themselves thanks to their hooky melodies, relatable country songwriting and blissful sibling harmonies.
DISCLAIMER SINGLE REVIEW: MUSIC ROW - "THIS FIZZY FROTHY DITTY SOUNDS EXACTLY LIKE A SUMMERTIME PARTY."
NEW YORK TIMES - "LAUREN HOBBS AND NEAL YAKOPIN WERE IN SYNC FROM THE MOMENT MR. YAKOPIN BECAME THE DRUMMER FOR HER COUNTRY DUO, THE HOBBS SISTERS"
"Lauren Hobbs and Neal Yakopin were in sync from the moment Mr. Yakopin became the drummer for her country duo, the Hobbs Sisters. But it took Mr. Yakopin a beat to ask her out.
PEOPLE - "IT WAS A MERGING OF COUNTRY MUSIC MAKERS AT THE RECENT WEDDING OF THE HOBBS SISTERS' LAUREN HOBBS AND NASHVILLE DRUMMER NEAL YAKOPIN."
"From our very first date, we could really be ourselves with each other," Hobbs, 30, tells PEOPLE about her new husband, who plays drums for country artist Nate Smith.
THE BOOT - "THE HOBBS SISTERS AREN'T READY TO BE TIED DOWN JUST YET, AND THEY'RE OFFERING A WARNING TO ANYONE WHO MIGHT TRY WITH THEIR SINGLE, STARTING FIRES."
"Written by Hannah and Lauren Hobbs with Joe Ebach, "Starting Fires" cautions potential paramours against getting too attached.