The Smith Sisters
Photo by John Kirchner
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From "All Music Guide":
"The Smith Sisters attracted attention when their debut album, Bluebird, released in 1984, was produced by the late Merle Watson and featured guest appearances by top-ranked bluegrass pickers including Sam Bush, Mark O'Connor, Doc Watson, and T. Michael Coleman. But it was their octave-spanning vocal harmonies that truly showcased their musical strengths... Debi Smith and her younger sister Megan reflected country warmth and harmonious texture as The Smith Sisters. Debi, who has been a member of Four Bitchin' Babes since 1994, is equally skilled at acoustic guitar, bodhran, and piano, possessor of a three-octave vocal range, and wrote many of the duo's songs. Megan anchored the arrangements on electric bass and sang harmonies that blended naturally with her sister. The Smith Sisters issued five albums in the '80s and '90s, the aforementioned Bluebird in 1984 followed by Mockingbird (1986), Roadrunner (1989), I See the Moon (1991), and A Canary's Song (1993)."
Early Smith Sisters:
From an ad in the NACA program:"ordinary name, extraordinary sisters." Photo by Gary Garrison
Photo by Garry Garrison
Merle Watson festival with Debi's son (now 26)
Photo by Gary Garrison
"Canary's Song" photo shoot. By Richard K. Robinson
Debi's new album!
DOWNLOAD SMITH SISTERS EARLY MUSIC featuring Doc and Merle Watson, Mark O'Connor, Sam Bush and more! Debi will personally send you the files using WeTransfer.
DOWNLOAD The Smith Sisters: Bluebird
DOWNLOAD The Smith Sisters: Mockingbird
DOWNLOAD The Smith Sisters best of both: Blue Mockingbird
Look Up at The Hawks
Look Up at the Hawks, Debi's book featured on PBS television and NPR's "All Things Considered," is a collaboration of three generations -- her grandmother Ruth Morgan Smith (1894-1978), mother Vivian Douglas Smith, and Debi. Book: $11.99 + shipping
NEW! 2nd edition now available on KINDLE!
Debi's son Lee and his art: ARTISM
Debi's son Lee Jaworek is a talented young man with autism, who calls his art, "Artism." To learn about Lee and his art, visit www.LeeJaworek.com