Bluegrass Bus Museum

 

You are here

Tina Adair

Sister Sadie Signs with Pinecastle Records

Sister Sadie, Photo: L-R Dale Ann Bradley, Beth Lawrence, Deanie Richardson, Gena Britt, Tina AdairGreenville, SC -- Pinecastle is proud to announce that it has signed bluegrass super group Sister Sadie. The all female band is currently working on an album to be released in 2016 comprised of a mix of member-written originals and other songs to be determined. Sister Sadie is a straight ahead bluegrass band comprised of five good friends born out of what was originally supposed to be a one time jam at The Station Inn in Nashville, TN. Shortly after that sold out show, the band began getting calls for gigs and the girls decided to officially form Sister Sadie. They decided that each member would remain in their own bands and from time to time get together for special events to perform. The name, Sister Sadie, was inspired by a Tony Rice song, "Little Sadie," and the fact that the ladies feel as though they are sisters.

Theme by Danetsoft and Danang Probo Sayekti inspired by Maksimer