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The Smith Sisters

About The Smith Sisters

With their warm, soaring voices, Philadelphia-born sisters Megan and Debi Smith have earned comparisons to the McGarrigle sisters, Joan Baez and Judy Collins. Their repertoire tends to focus on loosely country-sounding songs, culminating in a cover of Garth Brooks' "A Canary Song" on their 1993 recording of the same name. Debi Smith also replaced Julie Gold in Four Bitchin' Babes.

Listen toThe Smith Sisterson Rhapsody

With their warm, soaring voices, Philadelphia-born sisters Megan and Debi Smith have earned comparisons to the McGarrigle sisters, Joan Baez and Judy Collins. Their repertoire tends to focus on loosely country-sounding songs, culminating in a cover of Garth Brooks' "A Canary Song" on their 1993 recording of the same name. Debi Smith also replaced Julie Gold in Four Bitchin' Babes.

About The Smith Sisters

With their warm, soaring voices, Philadelphia-born sisters Megan and Debi Smith have earned comparisons to the McGarrigle sisters, Joan Baez and Judy Collins. Their repertoire tends to focus on loosely country-sounding songs, culminating in a cover of Garth Brooks' "A Canary Song" on their 1993 recording of the same name. Debi Smith also replaced Julie Gold in Four Bitchin' Babes.

About The Smith Sisters

With their warm, soaring voices, Philadelphia-born sisters Megan and Debi Smith have earned comparisons to the McGarrigle sisters, Joan Baez and Judy Collins. Their repertoire tends to focus on loosely country-sounding songs, culminating in a cover of Garth Brooks' "A Canary Song" on their 1993 recording of the same name. Debi Smith also replaced Julie Gold in Four Bitchin' Babes.