Playin' on a piano, strummin' a guitar, and singing at the top of their lungs, four siblings grew up surrounded by a heritage of beauty and the arts. With the community of Fredericksburg pouring into them, they learned to harmonize as young tykes, were trained classically on piano, and after Ezra picked up the banjo, folks started asking them to perform. Then God put a dream in their hearts to affect people with story and song, and the little town of Willow City is where their dreams took root.
Willow City is all about inspiring happy and overcoming the negativity and dystopia that runs rampant in our society. Their goal is to make "happy" infectious; they share it with you, you share it with your friends, and they share it with their friends. Suddenly it's spreading like wildfire and can't be stopped. And it all starts with a song.
Siblings Beecher, Ezra, Liza, and Asa Proch make up Willow City. Texas Folk is how they define their music, with a splash of bluegrass and a few fun beats thrown in. Much of their own music is written in their little living room on a hill; a few pieces were inspired with a passel of friends. They've toured the United States sharing happy with audiences and performing with artists like Ellie Holcomb, Casey Donahew, Asleep At The Wheel, and will be entertaining at Robert Earl Keen's 4th of July celebration. Their new album "Willow City" releases in early June.