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Two-thirds of the fabulous folk combo the Roches, these two sisters grew up in Park Ridge, NJ. Over the course of 20 years, Suzzy and Maggie, along with sister Terre Roche, performed around the world, releasing ten albums over the course of a 20-year period. In 2001, the duo became involved in a Cambridge, MA, program called the Institute on the Arts & Civic Dialogue, a program where people of different religions, ethnicities, and backgrounds meet to discuss various ideas and issues. The group had originally schedule to release an album, Zero Church, on September 11, 2001, but the events of that day pushed the album back. The album, named after the location where the meetings of this socially conscious group took place, was released in January 2002 on Red House Records. The band has performed across the United States and has garnered praise for their renditions of gospel hymns and songs about current issues. The duo returned in 2004 with the album Why the Long Face.