November 30, 2016–The Joseph Sisters, a country music trio from Wheeling, West Virginia, and Olive Garden team members, are sharing more of their talents with the Olive Garden family. The up-and-coming artists will be performing at the Triadelphia Olive Garden on Dec 20th, from 6 to 7:30pm proceeds and donations to benefit the Children’s Home of Wheeling.

Earlier this year The Joseph Sisters were the feature performers at The Olive Garden National General Managers meeting in Orlando, Florida. They performed for the one thousand Olive Garden General Managers at the House of Blues – Orlando.

The event on Dec 13th will be a small acoustic show at the Triadelphia store. People are encouraged to come early to get a table and seat. Patrons are encouraged to make a monetary donation or actually presents. A present list will be posted on the Joseph Sisters webpage www.thejosephsisters.com (present list) or on their facebook page wwwfacebook.com/thejosephsisters.

“It’s really great to see a company take notice of our aspirations outside of work and help make that reality,” said Marybeth Joseph. “We all work at The Olive Garden when we are not out on the road. This is a way for us to give back to our local community which we are happy to do.”

Blending classic country sounds with a modern appeal and style, the Joseph Sisters plan to bring the family band back to country music. The Joseph Sisters have been compared to Little Big Town, Pistol Annies, The Dixie Chicks and the female version of Diamond Rio.

“Crazy in Love” is a fun track about first love and the crazy things that people do to
be together. A Chase Bryant (Take it on Back) co-write, this Steve Marcantonio (Maddie & Tae, Blake Shelton) recorded single delivers a fresh approach to female country music. With an interchanging lead vocal and stacked harmonies, The Joseph Sisters are moving country back to feel-good times and love.

The single was picked up by RADIO DISNEY COUNTRY, when Paul Guerini, VP of Music Strategy, approached the label about adding the single to their stations and playlists. Disney finds the single perfect for their audience and demographic.