Chords of Grace, April 19, 2019
April 19, 2019, Chords of Grace The Voeller children have been playing music together since they were very young. After training classically on both violin and piano, they discovered a love for bluegrass music. They began adding instruments to their repertoire which now consists of piano, violin/ﬁddle, banjo, guitar, mandolin, ukulele, and upright bass. With direction from their parents, Shannon (17), Emily (14), Daniel (12) and Molly (10), they decided to form a bluegrass band in the fall of 2017. They named their band Chords of Grace because of their deep understanding that without the grace of Jesus in their lives, this life would be pointless. Their ultimate goal is to glorify God with their music. They?ve had the privilege of being home-educated which allowed for many hours together and lots of practice! Through this time spent with each other, they continue to learn how to work together and put one another ﬁrst. Since forming Chords of Grace, the siblings have had an opportunity to compete in the ?Youth in Bluegrass Competition? held each year at Silver Dollar City in Branson, Missouri. Chords of Grace has also performed at multiple charter schools in San Antonio, presenting educational programs for students ages 5 through 10. The band has also enjoyed playing for church groups and at senior living facilities. So far, in 2019, the family has performed at the Pearl Bluegrass Jam and has traveled to Nashville to the SPBGMA 45th Annual Bluegrass Championship (Society for the Preservation of Bluegrass Music of America) where they were greatly inspired and hope to compete next year.