5:00am

Wed October 12, 2011
Music

SHEL: All-Sister Quartet Excels

Rising Stars:  How do up-and-coming music groups “get the edge” -- in a dog-eat-dog entertainment business?   The budding success of Colorado’s all-sister-quartet, SHEL, comes from the synergy of 1--their natural talent and classical training, 2--a Grammy-winning producer, and 3--lucky national exposure.  But as KUNC’s Peter Johnson reports, it all started at home.

The name of this precocious group, SHEL, is an acronym of these sisters -- Sarah, Hannah, Eva, and Liza.  Their new CD release is called, "When The Dragon Came Down."

Hear more and see SHEL performing:

“Latest and Greatest Blueberry Rubber Band” --

Their spin on Led Zeppelin's "Battle of Evermore" --

 

 

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