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SHeDAISY "expands"

Wednesday, July 12, 2006 – SHeDAISY's Kelsi Osborn and husband Steve had twin girls, Savannah Marie and Adyson Amilia, in Nashville. "Mother and children are resting comfortably," according to a statement released Wednesday by the band's record label, Lyric Street. No further details were available including when the births occurred.

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The Best of SHeDAISY CD review - The Best of SHeDAISY
Easily the biggest thing that from Magna, Utah, and the group with one of the oddest upper/lower case names ever, SHeDAISY takes a breather from a decade-long career to release a greatest hits survey. Unfortunately, there are no new tracks here, so even if you only have their debut "The Whole SHeBANG," proceed with caution - four of the first five tracks match, almost right down to the sequencing. Although these super slick, more pop than country songs were (mostly) legitimate hits, »»»
Fortuneteller's Melody CD review - Fortuneteller's Melody
For their seventh album, the Utah trio of SHeDAISY returns with another disc filled with heavily pop-influenced country, girl power anthems and empty lyrics. The highlight of the 12 tracks is the final cut - "She Gets What I Deserve," the only track of any substance. It's written from the perspective of a woman looking at the life of her ex-lover's new lover. SHeDAISY exhibits excellent harmonies on songs like "23 Days" and "I'm Taking the Wheel," but »»»
Sweet Right Here
It's a little bit hard to think of this group of three sisters making a comeback, but that's exactly what this FOURTH? release from SHedAISY feels like. After "The Whole Shebang" got their career off to such a powerful start, few were prepared for the less-than-enthusiastic response from the second outing, "Knock on the Sky." So the Sisters Osborn have come out with a sound that doesn't sound a lot like either of those albums. There is a simple live-in-the-studio feel to these 12 songs, all »»»
Editorial: Walking the talk – When names like Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Waylon and the Hag are invoked, you're talking hard core country. These are the touchstones of country , the guys who made country music what it was and still is (or maybe can be). When these folks would sing about being down-and-out and the rough-and-tumble, they knew of what they were singing about. Fast forward a few years to the country singers of today. »»»
Concert Review: These Eagles keep songs alive and well – The newly reconfigured Eagles lineup, which now includes Vince Gill and Deacon Frey in place of the late Glenn Frey, hasn't changed its set much since this modified grouping's debut at Dodger Stadium in 2017. Don Henley announced from the outset, though, how the group continues to tour primarily so it can keep the Eagles' many great songs alive.... »»»
Concert Review: Lovett could not have scripted it any better – Cerritos is a fair distance from Hollywood, but Lyle Lovett, who has accumulated a long list of acting credits, sometimes seemed like he was giving a company town performance this night. Maybe it was because Paul Reiser, the "Mad About You" star, introduced Lovett with a funny bit about what some of the man's songs mean (or don't mean).... »»»
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