Vocal trio SHeDAISY started life as The Osborn Sisters, made up of Kristyn, Kelsi and Kassidy Osborn. Signed to RCA Records in 1989, the group began recording an album, which was never to be released. Breaking free from the strict rules of RCA, they moved to Lyric Street Records in 1999 where they finally released their debut album 'The Whole SHeBANG' under their new name SHeDAISY. The first three singles from the album - 'Little Good-Byes', 'This Woman Needs' and 'I Will... But' - all ranked in the top ten of the Billboard Hot Country Singles and Tracks Chart. Their second album, 'Knock On the Sky', followed in 2002, debuting at number three on Billboard's Country Album Chart. 'Sweet Right Here' came in 2004 with 'Fortuneteller's Melody' in 2006. Their final recording was a cover of 'With a Little Luck' as part of the tribute album 'Let Us in Nashville: A Tribute to Linda McCartney'.