I mentioned the amount of ladies there are in music today before, like Lady Gaga, Ladytron, Lady Hawke. Need I go on? But it wasn’t always popular to be a lady. Sister used to be popular and what’s that say about the way we think today?
Twisted Sister’s known for their kooky outfits and the song We’re not going to Take it.
Sister Hazel Remember their song All for you? Great song. That’s a 90s song for you. I did see them in concert last year. It was cool. It was a surprise concert really thrown on Blow Out at William and Mary.
Night Ranger “Sister Christian” Yeah the groups not a sister, but they did that song Sister Christian and I think that qualifies them to join the sisters.
Scissor Sisters is the only modern group of sisters I know of at the moment. Not to say that the other sisters aren’t still performing, because they are. They’re also the only sister that even has a girl in the group. None of the other sisters do. Really what makes a group of guys take on the name sister? I want to ask that about the groups using the term ladies too.
Totally embarassed. I forgot Sister Sledge of We are family and He’s the Greatest Dancer (Which a certain Will Smith song sounds like) fame and the Pointer Sisters with the likes of I’m so Excited and Jump (for my love). How is that even possible?
Do you like the sisters better than the ladies?