In late 2012, a mom, a teacher, and a waitress gathered in a small Philadelphia apartment specifically to hear what their voices might sound like when joined together in three part harmony. By the end of the night, Maren Sharrow, Jess McDowell, and Meaghan Kyle knew they had something special. No Good Sister was born.
In the spring of 2017, No Good Sister released their debut full-length studio album, You Can Love Me, Mike "Slo-mo" Brenner (The Low Road, Marah, Magnolia Electric Co), pulls double duty as producer and lap steel player. You Can Love Me features musicians from some of Philly’s favorite bands and was entirely composed of original music written by the ladies of No Good Sister. It can be heard on radio stations across the country and can be found on Billboard’s Americana chart.
Says Nick Cristiano of the Philadelphia Inquirer, "It's pure country that occasionally takes on an authoritatively sharp rock-and-roll edge, giving the collection a timeless vibrancy. Contrary to the group name, these sisters in song are very good indeed."