The Green Sisters — from left, Beck, Betsy, Mel and Brie — will perform at The Bull Run in Shirley on Wednesday night.

Sprouting from a small farm in rural Massachusetts were four sisters who were raised with music accompanying their chores.

“As kids, we had a lot of outside time, a lot of chores and a lot of singing,” says Mel Green, the oldest of the sisters. “We didn’t grow up with a television, so we had to find other ways to entertain ourselves. We started singing together to pass the time.”

One day, the girls’ father advertised cordwood in the Want Advertiser, “delivered by four singing girls.” However, he neglected to tell them about that part until the day they were delivering the wood, “so that might have been our first paid performance,” Mel says with a smile.

Now known as The Green Sisters, their sound spans a wide range, including bluegrass, barbershop, blue and country, with lots of original songs that fit right into the mix. They’ll bring it all to The Bull Run in Shirley on Wednesday, Nov. 27.

In order of age, the girls are Mel, Betsy, Brie and Beck. They all play most of the instruments you’ll see on stage, and they pass them around quite frequently — but the most common line-up might be Mel on bass, Betsy on fiddle, Brie on guitar, and Beck on mandolin.

“We like to throw a banjo in there occasionally as well,” says Betsy (Green) Heron. “Singing together is our favorite, and we often have some four-part harmony going on stage.”

The girls also have day jobs, for the time being. Mel is the manager of a day care, Betsy is a mechanical engineer, Brie is a park ranger in Barre, and Beck is studying to be a nurse.

“It gets quite busy with gigs and practices, but we love it,” Betsy says.

“We get together to practice a couple of times a month,” Brie adds, “so for gigs we often just whip up a set list. The performances are pretty darn fluid, and we don’t really stick to the list. We kind of play off each other and go where the vibe takes us. We bounce around in a lot of different genres, and since we write a lot of our own songs, the sound is quite varied.”

The Green Sisters are excited to be performing at their now annual pre-Thanksgiving show beginning at the Bull Run Restaurant, on Route 2A in Shirley, starting at 7:30 p.m. Doors open at 5:30.

“This is our second year at The Bull Run for the pre-Thanksgiving show,” Beck (Green) Mitus says. “We had a blast last year. We think it works out well for us and The Bull Run because it’s a time of year when lots of people are around visiting and spending time with their families. We absolutely love our family, and I think that’s clear to the audience.”

The Green Sisters have been playing venues in New England regularly for several years and have grown quite the following. It’s hard not to smile when treated with their sibling harmonies and high energy tunes.

“We have a hard time categorizing our sound,” Beck says. “People tend to call us bluegrass for lack of a better term, but we are far from traditionally so. We do blues, barbershop quartets, country, fiddle tunes and sometimes covers of current artists,” adding that the Swedish indie-folk band First Aid Kit is one of their favorites.

Beck says their original songs are all over the map since they’re coming from so many different heads and voices.

Their live show is where they really shine, bouncing their fun-loving teasing around the stage as only siblings can.

“I guess we’ve realized we shouldn’t take it for granted that there are four of us and that all four of us want to play and sing together,” Mel says. “We often joke that if one of us didn’t have any musical aptitude, they’d have to be our manager … which, on second thought, we could definitely use. But we are thankful for each other and our support systems — our parents, who got us started in their country band back in the day — and everyone who we’ve crossed paths with along the way.”

The Green Sisters are hard at work on their second album and are excited to share new songs and stories with their fans.

“Our crowning achievement used to be picking five quarts of blueberries before noon, but now we’re really proud that we’ve created this way to spend time with our beloved siblings,” Brie says. “It’s really quite awesome to be able to share some of our joy with audiences, and we are always grateful that they choose to join us.”

Tickets for the The Green Sisters’ performance can be purchased for $16 at https://tickets.bullrunrestaurant.com/GreenSisters.