The Maggie Valley Band

The Maggie Valley Band

Maggie Valley, North Carolina, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2010

Maggie Valley, North Carolina, United States
Established on Jan, 2010
Band Americana Folk




"Dark Appalachian"

“Whitney and Carolina Miller of the Maggie Valley Band have a fresh take on an old country sound. Their brand of “dark Appalachian music” will simultaneously crush your soul and send your heart soaring.” - Meeghan Kane, Auntie Bellum Magazine

"Catchy Harmonies, siblings, and americana"

As sweet vocal harmonies and the catchy twang of the banjitar kick in on the opening track listeners will be totally caught off guard by the melancholy, loss, death and despair that is to follow. - Chris Martin, Atlanta Auditory Association

"The Hardest Thing"

In addition to the harmonies, The Hardest Thing turns a fresh spotlight on the band’s assured competence with Appalachian music and retro touches such as midcentury ‘60s influences. - — Ken Ulmer, The828

"Chilling harmonies"

What really sets the group apart is the almost chilling vocal harmony of the sisters Miller. There is a weight to the music here that occasionally echoes The Band at its best. The group’s songs are filled with evocative images of timeless struggles. It usually takes a lifetime to write the kinds of songs these talented sisters have already created. - Scenes Media


Still working on that hot first release.



Hailing from North Carolina, two sisters and friends of the Maggie Valley band came together in the town they now identify themselves with. Each member learned their trade of music in the beautiful mountains of Maggie Valley, NC. Sisters Whitney & Caroline Miller grew up in a home where playing the piano was a daily requirement. Daily requirements turned to passion as they hit the streets to street busk. After years of busking, The Maggie Valley Band was officially formed and decided to take it inside-to venues. TMVB released their album "The Hardest Thing" in 2018 under under the direction of Grammy & Emmy nominated producer, David Mayfield. TMVB comes together to produce a sound affectionately referred to as "Dark Appalachian". 

TMVB's career has taken them as far as Canada to Southern Florida and partnering with great & diverse acts such as: David Mayfield, Jason Isbell, Infamous Stringdusters, Robert Randolph & the Family Band Black Lillies, Indigo Girls,Brent Cobb, Donna & the Buffalo Lonesome Riverband and many more!


Vocals, Guitar, Mandolin, Harmonica, Banjitar / Whitney Miller
Vocals, Bass, Percussion / Caroline Miller