The Forester Sisters

Genres: Country & Bluegrass
Descriptive "tags": country bluegrass memories classic country Powered by AudioScrobbler
Decades Active: 1980s 1990s
Links online: Official Homepage Wikipedia

Biography

Kathy (4 January 1955), June (b. 22 September 1956), Kim (b. 4 November 1960, Oglethorpe, Georgia, USA) and Christy Forester (b. 21 December 1962) are from Lookout Mountain, Georgia, USA. Kathy and June sang in church as children, obtained their college degrees and started playing professionally: by 1982, both Kim and Christy had joined them. They formed their own band and started to explore songs and harmonies. In 1983, they recorded some demo tapes that led to a contract with WEA Records. Their first single, ‘(That’s What You Do) When You’re In Love’, made the US country Top 10. Their glossy, professional sound (and looks) appealed to country fans and they had three number 1 country hits from their first album - ‘I Fell In Love Again Last Night’, ‘Just In Case’ and ‘Mama’s Never Seen Those Eyes’. In 1986 they teamed up with the Bellamy Brothers for another US number 1 country single, ‘Too Much Is Not...

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