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The Command Sisters / Press

“Taylor Swift has some competition with the Command Sisters. With the right polished folk-pop meets country sound, these girls have the attitude and the publishing push to make it in Nashville. It doesn’t hurt that they are incredibly young and talented and given time to further develop this duo could be tomorrow's chart toppers. ”

“Charlotte and Sarah have a deep, passionate love for music that resonates through their beautiful singing and guitar playing. These two sisters have a very bright future ahead with Sarah able to sing, play instruments she brings up like the guitar and mandolin. While Charlotte sings, writes great songs such as "The Distance", It's A Start", "November Girl", "Fly", to name a few and can play guitar. Both sisters with their love of music are ones to watch. We are pleased to be able to promote and highlight these two wonderful sisters in our "Musician Spotlight".”

“CBC Radio’s Chris Martin might have said it best when he described The Command Sisters by saying: “Think of Taylor Swift, but there would be two of her, and she would have a lot more soul, mixed with the kind of sibling harmonies that would make the Rankins question whether they are truly related…” The duo, comprised of teenage sisters Charlotte and Sarah, started small, but their brand of pop-injected country quickly started turning heads and they’ve been playing festivals and clubs all over North America for the past few years. It’s great to see young women taking an approach similar to Tegan and Sara by writing great music that doesn’t rely on the overt sexualisation of the performers. The Command Sisters’ music stands on its own. Their third album is due in March 2012, and I’d be shocked if they didn’t become a fixture of pop radio shortly after. ”

“COMMAND PERFORMANCE Kudos to Travel Alberta's Richard Wong, who also serves as board chair of the Pilgrims Hospice, for arranging the entertainment for last Friday evening's 17th Annual Walk in My Shoes Dinner & Auction. He hit a home run! It was my first opportunity to see the Command Sisters who, if you haven't already heard, are creating quite a buzz both here in Canada and down in Nashville. In fact, 13-year-old Sarah and 16-year-old sister Charlotte have just signed a management deal with Tim McGraw's former manager Scott Siman. Check them out on YouTube. I hope we get to see these Spruce Grove sisters this summer at Big Valley Jamboree, maybe in the Axe Songwriter's Tent.”

“We were honoured to be chosen to be featured in Songwriter's of Canada's monthly magazine as their Featured Video of the Month. :)”

“The Command Sisters didn’t disappoint – I’d listened to some of their music before interviewing them and was incredibly impressed with their alt-country-folk sound. For just 16 and 13, Charlotte and Sarah are incredibly gifted. They’ve signed a publishing deal with a famed Nashville producer, who’s shopping the newest album he recorded with them around to see what makes sense for the next step in their evolution.”

“EDMONTON — Charlotte Command, 16, is the quiet, thoughtful type — she likes to save money, use Facebook and write folk songs about personal strength and independence. Her 13-year-old sister, Sarah, is the hyper, gregarious one — she likes to shop, talks without taking a breath, and can master any instrument she tries. Guitar. Mandolin. Fiddle. Maybe even bagpipes, if she ever gets her nail-polished fingers on them. Together, their bittersweet harmonies are like a prairie sunset on an August night — so gorgeous, you’ll want to stop what you’re doing just to soak it all in. Never heard of them? That’s about to change. The Command Sisters are turning ears in Nashville and could be the next big thing to come out of the Edmonton area. The siblings, who live in Spruce Grove, are recording an album with one of Nashville’s leading songwriters and producers, David Malloy. He also signed them to a publishing deal after the pair performed at his Nashville Hootenanny... ”

“* And then, there’s Japanaid … a musical benefit for the survivors of March’s earthquake and tsunami in Japan. Eli Barsi, Original Six and The Command Sisters will perform on Friday, May 13 at Horizon Stage in Spruce Grove. (Yup, Charlotte and Sarah Command are everywhere — not only can they sing like angels, they have big, BIG hearts.) Showtime: 7:30 p.m.”

“Check out this article about us and other Nextfest Artists at the link below...”

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“Next up were the multi-talented Command Sisters, Charlotte and Sarah, who have been called “the next Dixie Chicks.” Charlotte, age 15, handled the lead vocal duties admirably while Sarah, 12, chimed in with sweet vocal harmonies and solos on her guitars and mandolin. Their set consisted of all original songs. Upon hearing this I was worried that the audience would get a little bored, but I am glad that the Command Sisters proved me very wrong. Their songs were beautiful and relatable, and I often found myself singing along to the chorus. Between songs they provided excellent chatter and seemed very comfortable on stage. Their song entitled “Fly” had a beautiful chorus with the lyrics, “Don’t you clip my wings when I’ve finally found a reason to fly.” I can say I am really glad nobody clipped the incredibly talented Command Sisters’ wings.”

“Ah! The best! We got to share a couple of our songs with Nashville's premiere Songwriter Night...Nashville Hootenanny (wonderful host David Malloy). The talent in that room was unbelievable!”

“We had the opportunity to be a part of Edmonton Journal's article on Cohen's Hallelujah...here's the link of us singing his song...”

“Good Libations guests enjoyed hearing the sounds of the Command Sisters. Read more: http://www.calgaryherald.com/life/Ckua+Radio+Good+Libations/3895384/story.html#ixzz1FPm8uImy”

“We will be interviewed live for the premiere launch of WITRR on Tuesday, February 1st. Will update times as we receive more info. ”

“We had the privilege of being taped for Access TV Alberta Prime Time U22 Series...”