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Album Review

This CD draws its material from six very different recording projects by the Chenille Sisters, a vocal trio consisting of the unrelated Cheryl Dawdy, Connie Huber, and Grace Morand. The singers are heard performing swing jazz on "Mama, I Wanna Make Rhythm" and "At the Codfish Ball" (with backing from pianist James Dapogny's band), but most of the other numbers selected for this sampler are actually in the folk-country field. Highlights of the latter include "Seduced," "Plastic Roses," and "Big Hair," and folk or country collectors will want to get this CD as an introduction to the vocalists' talents.

Biography

Formed: 1985

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

The Chenille Sisters' quirky appeal truly reaches across all ages — while their irreverent country-folk sound was originally targeted to adults, they have also recorded a number of albums specifically for children. Formed in 1985 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, the Chenille Sisters are comprised of Cheryl Dawdy, Connie Huber, and Grace Morand, none of them actually siblings; after becoming a local cult favorite on their strength of their lovely harmonies, in 1986 they independently released their self-titled...
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