Quebe Sisters Cabaret Showcase

The Quebe Sisters have delivered their authentic triple fiddle and three-part harmony sound to the concert halls and festivals of North America, Europe, and Russia since they were quite young.

Grace, Sophia, and Hulda Quebe front an innovative Progressive Western Swing band of archtop guitar, upright bass, fiddles and sibling harmony. The Dallas-based five-piece presents a unique Americana blend of Western Swing, Jazz-influenced Swing, Country, Texas-Style Fiddling, and Western music.

“We differentiate our music as ‘Progressive Western Swing’ from simply ‘Western Swing’ because we aren’t trying to sound just like Bob Wills,” Grace Quebe explains. “Instead, we continue his vision, playing the style he pioneered in an authentic way by incorporating new genres and songs, interpreting them using our own unique voice through Country instrumentation.”

The band’s stripped-down acoustic instrumentation breathes new life into seasoned sounds once found in Texas dance halls and honky-tonks. Grace continues, “To us, preserving the tradition of Western Swing isn’t about keeping something alive like a relic. Western Swing has always been about innovation.”

Innovation has led the sisters to channel the musical connection between danceability and emotiveness, combining old sounds with new feelings and old feelings with new sounds. It’s not nostalgia that drives the band as purveyors of Western Swing, but the aspiration to take the music back to its roots and sustain the spirit of Swing.

Combine the musical stylings of The Mills Brothers, Ray Price, Count Basie, Willie Nelson - and you have none other than The Quebe Sisters.


Testimonials:

“The Quebe Sisters are some of the most talented people I've ever met. They do Texas proud. They live in Texas, sound like Texas and they're prettier than Texas Bluebonnets, and sweeter than sugar cane. I love the Quebe Sisters Band.” Ricky Skaggs "It's an honor to live on the same planet as the Quebe Sisters Band. They represent everything that I love about pure American music and I'm probably their biggest fan." Marty Stuart


All ages, free parking, dinner menu and an entree is required - this is a supper club with cabaret seating.


Covid note (subject to change): With the new Variant our staff is back wearing masks again. We only operate at 40% of our legal occupancy by our own choosing. No standing room allowed and you must reserve a seat to attend. We don't ask patrons to mask while they eat and drink at their tables, but we always recommend masks be worn to and from your table, when in restroom, and whenever you can. This is not a socially-distanced event - but is not overcrowded either. Masks are optional - but highly recommended.



10/09/2021 7:00 PM

Door Time: 6:00 PM

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The Quebe Sisters have delivered their authentic triple fiddle and three-part harmony sound to the concert halls and festivals of North America, Europe, and Russia since they were quite young.

Grace, Sophia, and Hulda Quebe front an innovative Progressive Western Swing band of archtop guitar, upright bass, fiddles and sibling harmony. The Dallas-based five-piece presents a unique Americana blend of Western Swing, Jazz-influenced Swing, Country, Texas-Style Fiddling, and Western music.

“We differentiate our music as ‘Progressive Western Swing’ from simply ‘Western Swing’ because we aren’t trying to sound just like Bob Wills,” Grace Quebe explains. “Instead, we continue his vision, playing the style he pioneered in an authentic way by incorporating new genres and songs, interpreting them using our own unique voice through Country instrumentation.”

The band’s stripped-down acoustic instrumentation breathes new life into seasoned sounds once found in Texas dance halls and honky-tonks. Grace continues, “To us, preserving the tradition of Western Swing isn’t about keeping something alive like a relic. Western Swing has always been about innovation.”

Innovation has led the sisters to channel the musical connection between danceability and emotiveness, combining old sounds with new feelings and old feelings with new sounds. It’s not nostalgia that drives the band as purveyors of Western Swing, but the aspiration to take the music back to its roots and sustain the spirit of Swing.

Combine the musical stylings of The Mills Brothers, Ray Price, Count Basie, Willie Nelson - and you have none other than The Quebe Sisters.

Testimonials:

“The Quebe Sisters are some of the most talented people I've ever met. They do Texas proud. They live in Texas, sound like Texas and they're prettier than Texas Bluebonnets, and sweeter than sugar cane. I love the Quebe Sisters Band.” Ricky Skaggs
"It's an honor to live on the same planet as the Quebe Sisters Band. They represent everything that I love about pure American music and I'm probably their biggest fan." Marty Stuart


All ages, free parking, dinner menu and an entree is required - this is a supper club with cabaret seating.


Covid note (subject to change):
With the new Variant our staff is back wearing masks again. We only operate at 40% of our legal occupancy by our own choosing. No standing room allowed and you must reserve a seat to attend.

We don't ask patrons to mask while they eat and drink at their tables, but we always recommend masks be worn to and from your table, when in restroom, and whenever you can. This is not a socially-distanced event - but is not overcrowded either. Masks are optional - but highly recommended.

The Quebe Sisters have delivered their authentic triple fiddle and three-part harmony sound to the concert halls and festivals of North America, Europe, and Russia since they were quite young.

Grace, Sophia, and Hulda Quebe front an innovative Progressive Western Swing band of archtop guitar, upright bass, fiddles and sibling harmony. The Dallas-based five-piece presents a unique Americana blend of Western Swing, Jazz-influenced Swing, Country, Texas-Style Fiddling, and Western music.

“We differentiate our music as ‘Progressive Western Swing’ from simply ‘Western Swing’ because we aren’t trying to sound just like Bob Wills,” Grace Quebe explains. “Instead, we continue his vision, playing the style he pioneered in an authentic way by incorporating new genres and songs, interpreting them using our own unique voice through Country instrumentation.”

The band’s stripped-down acoustic instrumentation breathes new life into seasoned sounds once found in Texas dance halls and honky-tonks. Grace continues, “To us, preserving the tradition of Western Swing isn’t about keeping something alive like a relic. Western Swing has always been about innovation.”

Innovation has led the sisters to channel the musical connection between danceability and emotiveness, combining old sounds with new feelings and old feelings with new sounds. It’s not nostalgia that drives the band as purveyors of Western Swing, but the aspiration to take the music back to its roots and sustain the spirit of Swing.

Combine the musical stylings of The Mills Brothers, Ray Price, Count Basie, Willie Nelson - and you have none other than The Quebe Sisters.


Testimonials:

“The Quebe Sisters are some of the most talented people I've ever met. They do Texas proud. They live in Texas, sound like Texas and they're prettier than Texas Bluebonnets, and sweeter than sugar cane. I love the Quebe Sisters Band.” Ricky Skaggs "It's an honor to live on the same planet as the Quebe Sisters Band. They represent everything that I love about pure American music and I'm probably their biggest fan." Marty Stuart


All ages, free parking, dinner menu and an entree is required - this is a supper club with cabaret seating.


Covid note (subject to change): With the new Variant our staff is back wearing masks again. We only operate at 40% of our legal occupancy by our own choosing. No standing room allowed and you must reserve a seat to attend. We don't ask patrons to mask while they eat and drink at their tables, but we always recommend masks be worn to and from your table, when in restroom, and whenever you can. This is not a socially-distanced event - but is not overcrowded either. Masks are optional - but highly recommended.