Sister trio Joseph’s blend of mesmerizing powerhouse vocals and harmonies set off the Fonda Theatre

Joseph, comprised of twin sisters Meegan and Allie Closner and Natalie Closner Schepman. (Photo: Pat Dunford)

The indie folk-pop trio, made up of sisters Natalie Closner Schepman and twins Meegan and Allie Closner, have made waves for themselves for their mesmerizing, powerhouse vocals and killer harmonies.

LOS ANGELES, CA — If you haven’t heard of the band Joseph yet, I’m sure you will soon. These girls have been making a name for themselves recently among the folk-pop world for their incredibly powerful vocals and killer harmonies. And, their live performance energy is just enough to put you in awe.

The Portland-bred indie folk-pop trio and sister-band, made up of Natalie Closner Schepman and her twin sisters Meegan and Allie Closner, have a pure approach to their music.

Their breakout 2016 album I’m Alone, No You’re Not, is an incredibly beautiful folk-rock album full of memorable harmonies and themes reflecting on life and being human. Notably, “White Flag” emits those powerful reflections with a catchy rhythm.

The newly released Good Luck, Kid sees the trio bringing up a bigger and fuller sound — a sound that immediately caught my attention just a month ago and enough for me to give their album a listen and decide to see them when they came into town. (…)

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Joseph, comprised of twin sisters Meegan and Allie Closner and Natalie Closner Schepman. (Photo: Pat Dunford)

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