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The Acorn Sisters

About The Group

The Acorn Sisters were indeed a group of sisters from the state of Kentucky. Joe Grieshop was president of Acorn Records at the time and signed the girls to a recording contract. But to avoid confusion with another group that was using their real family name, they took on the name associated with the record label. However, no mention was made of their real family name. Their names were Rosemarie, Goldie and Evelyn.

They later recorded for Starday and the Boone Record company.

Credits & Sources

  • Country Song Roundup; No. 72; May 1961; American Folk Publications, Inc.; Derby, CT

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Recordings (78rpm/45rpm)

 
Starday
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  591 A Where Will I Shelter My Sheep
  591 B Boat of Life
  SEP-119 A All Things Are Possible
  SEP-119 B Alpha And Omego
 
Boone Record Co.
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  1033 A Misfortune Number Three
  1033 B After All
  1048 A Heartache, Take A Break
  1048 B Wait Until Tomorrow
  BR-107 A Don't Be Cruel
  BR-107 B In the Water Below
 
Acorn Records
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  593 A Real Gone
  593 B We're Drifting Farther Apart


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