SISTER SADIE (Click on each pic for more info)
This award-winning group originally formed after playing a sold out show in 2012 at the legendary Station Inn, located in Nashville, Tennessee. In the group’s 9 years as a band, they have gained many accolades. In 2019, they were nominated for a Grammy for their sophomore album “Sister Sadie II”. That same year, they made their debut on the Grand Ole Opry & have been regular guests on the world famous stage. Later that same year, they were the first all-female group to be awarded Vocal Group of The Year at IBMA. Following that up at IBMA in 2020, the ladies repeated that win & also added Entertainer of the Year. The band is also featured in the “American Currents: State of the Music” exhibition through March 2022 at the Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum in Nashville, TN.
Sister Sadie is made up of world renowned musicians and singers Tina Adair on mandolin & vocals, Gena Britt on banjo & vocals, Hasee Ciaccio on acoustic bass, Deanie Richardson on fiddle & Jaelee Roberts on guitar & vocals.