A stylistically unique Country Rock Band from day one, the members of Sisters Magnolia & The Weeds have been singing, performing, and playing in sync as if they’d been together their entire musical careers. Throughout the course of the band’s union, they have won over the hearts of music lovers from all walks of life; performing at a variety of venues, making loads of public appearances, all the while recording new music. Learn more by exploring the site, and feel free to get in touch with any of your comments and questions.
Andrea (Mama Magnolia): Leader, composer, lyricist and creative genius behind SMW. Andrea is a life-long musician who began formal instruction at the age of ten. She studied drums, guitar and eventually violin but it wasn’t until age 16 that bass became her true love. For several years Andrea was an active bassist in the NY music scene and now she is the driving force of SMW.
Originally from western Arkansas, Pam has an impressive and powerful vocal range.
Her diverse talent & solid background in genres such as gospel, southern and classic rock, country, and blues have empowered her to be the vocal force of
Having only picked up the guitar five years ago Connor is the amazingly talented lead guitarist for SMW. His biggest musical influence is the blues but he enjoys learning from various other genres.
Originally from Argentina, Pete claims Mt. Olive, Illinois as home since the 60's. Pete's style is based on playing the Hammond B3 in the 70's Rock and R&B bands and playing Worship Music piano for the last 10 years in St Louis. The past three years Pete has been playing house keys for the National Blues Museum Jam Band where he connected with the Sisters (Andrea & Pam) and the rest of The Weeds! He now enjoys blending both the B3 and piano to support the awesome vocals and original sounds of SMW.
Born and raised in St. Louis, Steve began his formal drum lessons at the age of ten.
Steve's early musical influences were centered in Classic Rock. Blues & Classic Soul & Funk.
Teaching drums and playing with various STL bands & jam sessions led him to the National Blues Museum where he met his band mates: Sisters Magnolia & The Weeds.
Robert began playing bass at the age of 12 and has played Gospel, Country Rock, Christian Rock and Modern Worship music. One night he walked into The National Blues Museum for their Thursday night open jam sessions and that began his official integration into the STL music scene. It is at the Blues museum that he met his SMW bandmates, well except for Pam. They both had the “pleasure” of getting kicked out of the same band and as providence would have it they’re one again rockin’ it up with SMW.