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No Sisters was formed by the four Barrett brothers: Pete, Tim, Tom and Dave. After seeing the Nuns at the Mabuhay and thinking them a comedy act, Tim convinced the other three to convene in San Francisco on Halloween 1977. A chance encounter with Ned Claflin in a pawn shop began his lifelong association with the brothers, playing drums and wielding a mighty songwriting pen. No Sisters were at one time considered the
top unsigned band in the Bay Area, and opened for many touring headliners of the day including Joe Jackson, The B52s, The Ramones, and Oingo Boingo. Their first record, the independently released
"Roscoe's Family" was a regional hit and was nominated for a Bammy for best independent single of 1981.