The Iveys have been touching the hearts of listeners for years with sincere sounds and captivating lyrics.
A wild group of siblings born and raised on the Western tip of Texas on the farmlands of the Rio Grande, The Iveys have a history that is as interesting as their sound: experimenting with harmonies while wandering the dirt roads of the El Paso lower valley, the Ivey siblings have been making music together since childhood.
Inspired by artists like the Beatles and Simon & Garfunkel as well as soulful legends like Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash, The Iveys music grew into an indie folk style strengthened by stellar harmonies and infused with a signature vibe of indie honesty such as that felt with the music of The Avett Brothers, The Eagles, Needtobreathe, and Matchbox Twenty.
In their musical ventures, The Iveys have played over five hundred concerts across the states, racking up a total of six national tours. They have brought their live show to a variety of venues and performed for countless festivals, including the world’s largest classic film event, The Plaza Classic Film Festival.
Their fifth studio album titled Colors Of Honey, released earlier this summer.