AUSTIN, Texas — Austin singer-songwriters Rebecca Loebe, Grace Pettis and BettySoo have each performed for years at Texas’ beloved Kerrville Folk Festival; in fact, that’s where they met and quickly bonded in 2008, the year BettySoo become a New Folk Competition winner.
By 2011, all three had earned that honor. But even though they’re all Star Trek-loving sci-fi fans, they never dreamed that if they fast-forwarded to 2018, they’d wind up beaming onto a Kerrville stage as a hot new tight-harmony trio called Nobody’s Girl. A trio that had signed a record deal, recorded an EP, Waterline, and launched a tour before its members had even picked a name.
Still a bit dazed by this warp-speed chain of events, Pettis explains, “Most bands write a bunch of songs, jam in a garage for months or years, start playing local gigs, go on their first tour, and then maybe make an album.”
Grace Pettis, Rebecca Loebe, BettySoo.