Bonnie & Taylor Sims and The Purple Hulls

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Bonnie & Taylor Sims

Bonnie and Taylor Sims are a musical couple from Texas who now make their home in the Rocky Mountains. Bonnie Sims plays mandolin and carries on the musical tradition of her father, a life long Texas banjo playing legend and songwriter. Taylor Sims plays flat-top guitar and is an award-winning songwriter and recording artist from wide open spaces of West Texas. The two met while attending South Plains College in 2005, where they began their life of love and music. When they are not playing as a duo, they front a five piece country/rock band called Bonnie & the Clydes. With four critically acclaimed albums and multiple awards, they continue to write, perform, and produce real Americana music that is truly their own.

The Purple Hulls

You could easily say these two musicians were born to make music together. Identical twins Katy Lou and Penny Lea Clark of The Purple Hulls were raised on a working family farm in the deep piney woods of East Texas, but that didn’t stop the Texans from finding their way to the hills of Tennessee, specifically, Music City, where they began touring with various country artists and writing songs for Nashville’s largest publishing company, Sony Tree. 


The Purple Hulls are now blazing the trail as a dynamic sister duo, showcasing their unique sibling harmonies while ripping the strings off any instrument they can get their hands on. If you’re looking for authentic acoustic driven music delivered at its best, your search is over.