The music of the Foto Sisters is a charming and unique blend of sacred, classical, cinematic, and pop styles, with a hint of Celtic. Audiences across the United States have been delighted and inspired by their heartfelt melodies and graceful instrumentation. For over seventeen years, this classically-trained sibling trio has appeared in many different venues, including churches, conferences, schools, cantatas, weddings, and charity events. “It’s hard to remember life as sisters without music,” says Gaylyn.
In 2015 the Foto Sisters were invited to perform for the National Day of Prayer held at the Louisiana State Capitol, followed by 2016 and 2017 appearances at the Louisiana Governor’s Prayer Breakfast. Other performance opportunities include the National Quartet Convention, regular appearances at the Creation Museum, and performing the United States National Anthem at two NFL games: the New Orleans Saints, and the Denver Broncos. Aside from solo appearances across the country, the Foto Sisters have performed with many nationally acclaimed artists.
Southern girls at heart, their roots run deep in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the city they’ve called home all their lives. As of 2018, the sisters now spend most of their time in Nashville, TN recording, collaborating, and writing with other musicians. When not on the road, the Foto sisters can be found pursuing various hobbies, enjoying their pets, playing regular games of Ultimate Frisbee, and connecting heart-to-heart with friends around the family table.