Jo-Ann (b. 1973) and Becky Haley (b. 1972) were raised in Harden, West Yorkshire, England. In 1989 they formed the Applejack Trio with Kevin Raymond. The sisters decided to work as a duo in 1990 and they are managed by the established UK performer Tony Best. In a short time, they were winning UK country music awards and they have toured with Daniel O’Donnell and Raymond Froggatt. They are natural entertainers and their repertoire includes traditional country (‘When I Stop Dreaming’), pop hits (‘So Sad’, ‘Breakin’ In A Brand New Broken Heart’) and new country (‘Victim Of The Game’ and Sweethearts Of The Rodeo’s aptly titled ‘Sisters - Best Of Friends’). In 1996 they won the Best UK Group/Duo award in the Great British Country Music Awards.