I didn't even know Sherri (@sdupreebemis) had this ep (I robbed this from her "stories" 😆) Her performance reminds me of when all the girls were young. Our family went through this folksy phase when the girls were tweens. Truth - they learned harmonies from The Judds as much as they did The Beatles. And as for the song: so, we have this friend, Kerry, who works at the foundry and at some point he gave Kim a CD of his sibling's band. I had no clue what they even sounded like (I assumed - some indie-folk iteration) but Kim told me their CD was in the car and that I should listen to it on some drive I was making. I popped in some CD, played a few songs and thought, "well that's not it". I dug around some more and never found it. Later I told Kim, "where is that cd of Kerry's band? I only found some Top 40 pop-folk band". She goes, "yeah that's it". And I said, "no… what I heard wasn't local. It was some big ass band with huge production." 😆 What the heck?! So I had to go back and listen again and again. Capital-A-mazing; and the song writing - ridiculous. Anyway, later I ran into Kerry @dbaltok at @foundrycoffeehouse and relayed the exact story. He was so gracious and humble. Now I've seen him and his family band live and honestly, I'm a little starstruck over my small town, local friends; especially after hearing them play that @truevinebrewing Open Taps (3 yr Anniversary) gig. They literally brought the house down. No, like... legit - standing ovation at the end. I think I already posted about this and it probably got a few views :). We have so much local talent in Tyler. I love it. Anyway, where was I? Oh. Sherri's room. Yep, looks amazing and she's just too cute singing into that paintbrush mic. I ❤️ my daughters. @thebrothersandsisters but check out SoundCloud.com/thebrothersandsisters to hear their EP. Warning, if you didn't grow up in the South, or in the country at all, you might not get this.