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Articles and Interviews

Sisters Wade: These sisters keep doing it for themselves (Sep 1999)
If you judge the CD by its jacket, then Sisters Wade probably would be pegged as some Nashville label's craving to cash in on the success of such flavors of the month like SHeDAISY or The Kinleys. In other words, femme-led sister groups sounding bright, cheery and very poppy. Wrong! Instead, Debbie and Julie Wade, who started making a name for themselves by playing weekly at Tootsie's in Nashville, go for a far smaller sound thanks to nary an electric guitar on their self-titled Blue Hat debut. The sister's harmonies certainly are there, but acoustic guitar reigns along with mandolin, slide and dobro.... more