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 debut LP. Recorded live in Ann Arbor, At Home with the Chenille Sisters followed in 1989; a year later, they abruptly shifted their demographic focus, issuing 1-2-3 for Kids. With 1991's Mamma, I Wanna Make Rhythm, the trio returned to more mature songcraft; future releases continued to alternate between music for grown-ups and children, ...
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