before turning thirteen, both girls performed in over 100 concerts and unleashed a professional album with original pop tracks. now, 17 and 15, the accomplished artists have starred in over 200 shows across the globe, released three albums, and dedicated over 1000 hours to community outreach.

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Cayla and Ashley are young artists passionate about using the arts to inspire and empower youth.

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At 10, the sisters launched their careers as performing artists.

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2014 marked the unleashing of their second album of teen pop, 'Limited Edition'.

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talented and passionate, the girls are ready to take on the world.

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New Video: Footprints in the Sand

Cayla & Ashley recently brought back "Footprints in the Sand" for a special performance at the Old Church. The sisters first performed the piece in their first year in the Ten Grands series when they were 10 and 11 years old. Nearly five years later, here it is. 

Footprints in the Sand.

NEW Website & Store

Our new website and store went live this morning! 
It's been quite a summer. New music videos, special performances, and new sites. 

Stop by to peek at the our new videos and mark the date for our upcoming performances. This site will still be up and running with our blog posts and updates, don't worry. 

New Music Video: Stop Rewind

An original. Filmed in Rosarito, Mexico, and Laguna Beach, California. Listen to the first song from our new album of teen pop, Limited Edition, to meet a music video

"Stop Rewind" is a song we wrote to each other. Life is mountains and valleys and cliffs and oceans (see what we did there), and in all the chaos and frustration and pain-- stop. Stop and breathe. Take another look. Rise.

We can do all things through Him who gives us strength.


"Let It Go" in Seattle

Benaroya Hall is breathtaking. From the acoustics to its central location in Seattle, it is luxurious and evocative, an iconic concert hall of the Northwest. We fell in love with the venue during our first performance on its stage in 2010 and love returning to voice our passions.

Learning From the Masters

By three methods we may learn wisdom: First, by reflection, which is noblest; Second, by imitation, which is easiest; and third by experience, which is the bitterest.

Ben Weinman, lead guitarist and founding member of the band The Dillinger Escape Plan, recently shared a lively dialogue with mentor and former collaborator Mike Patton in an interview displayed on Weinman’s website, Party Smasher Inc. The pair interacted with refreshing sincerity, reflecting on the importance of claiming responsibility for both successes and failures, artistic creation, and their past collaboration on The Dillinger Escape Plan EP Irony Is a Dead Scene.

The genuine love for music radiates between the musicians as Patton, the founder and lead singer of the experimental fusion band Mr. Bungle, imparts the lessons he learned from their tour in 1999, detailing on everything from an artist’s responsibility to the creativity
and magic behind “making something from nothing”. 

Weinman also reminisces life on the road, redrawing Patton’s meticulous, uncompromising, and professional character as a skillful performing artist. “After spending 2 months on the road with him, and collaborating and writing music with him, I learned a secret,” Weinman writes on his website. “He is a real person...he is an amazing person. Mike actually gives me honest advice while also encouraging me to always look out for myself…Mike is more than a great musician. He is a great human being.” In the interview, Weinman recognizes Patton as one of the most inspiring figures in his life, recalling the intense anticipation he had experienced while journeying with an idolized artist that left him star struck for “the first and last time”.

Own it…The bottom line is are you going to go up there and kill it or not? That is 100 percent on you.

In an atmosphere of mutual respect and humility, the candid conversation is speckled with fascinating ideologies about the core of musical execution and passion. Humor, wisdom, personal experience? The guys cover it all, from “mistakes that work” to the foundation of success. The engaging interview concludes with the two gifted artists musing on the continuing influences of their pivotal musical partnership, the experimentation and stimulus it dared in both. “Your music made me do that,” Patton adds, chuckling. “Seriously, I’ve never done anything like that before that or maybe ever again.”

Before the screen fades to black, the two empowering artists gift listeners with the hopeful promise of more legendary moments as Patton looks into the camera, saying, “We’ll do something again, who knows?”



It's a song that we're rather tired of hearing, but with the announcement of a Frozen sequel, it looks like we can't "let it go" yet! 

Performing the song on the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall stage with Michael Allen Harrison, the fabulous Ten Grands pianists, and the Metropolitan Youth Symphony was a breathtaking experience. 

 Watch a live performance of "Let It Go" and flip through some beautiful pictures of the  2015 season of the "Ten Grands" concert series below:

Watch our performance of "Let It Go" with Michael Allen Harrison's Ten Grands pianists and the Metropolitan Youth Symphony! http://goo.gl/lrOMxR
Posted by Cayla & Ashley on Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Ten Grands for Kids, a beautiful experience with the most amazing people. <3 Thank you to Michael Allen Harrison's The...
Posted by Cayla & Ashley on Sunday, April 5, 2015


New Album: Limited Edition

Wow, can't believe it's been already been a few months since the release of our second album, Limited Edition! We loved every second of the drafting, writing, developing, recording, producing, engineering, and mastering process, and now we love performing the nine originals featured on the album. 

Here's a free listen to "Make My Move", the first song on the album 

There's something for everyone. 

From the electrifying beats of "Make My Move" and "Limited Edition" to the calm intensity of "Stop Rewind". There's fun, spunky songs like "Colors" that make you want to dance, songs like "Mistakes" that reminisce our debut album, and powerful, redefining ballads like "Every Wall". 

The album is available online.

Look for it on Google PlayCD Baby,  Amazon, and iTunesOr, if you'd like to enjoy a physical copy, comment below or connect through our contact page.

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Comedy Piano Duet

If you haven't seen it yet, take a break and watch Cayla & Ashley's comedy piano duet

Cayla and Ashley performing an arrangement of Diabelli's Rondo (Pleasures of Youth) as a comedy duet for Michael Allen Harrison’s Christmas Kids Show at the Old Church.

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