“Well” offers a clever lyric delivered via a classic-sounding melody. It unwinds the complaint of a woman who knows her lover doesn’t want her even as he refuses to tell her goodbye. Sometimes people don’t know whether to end a relationship or keep being miserable. Sister Sadie channels all the frustration the protagonist is feeling at her sweetheart’s indecision. This straightforward bluegrass banger was written by IBMA award winner Becky Buller along with Craig Market. “I do love me a mean bluegrass song, and Sister Sadie satisfies with this one,” adds Buller.
Grammy nominated Sister Sadie launched in the wake of a one-off show at Nashville’s World Famous Station Inn in 2012. The band has embraced and transcended its all-female identity. Members range from acclaimed veterans to rising newcomers, who have won individual recognition.
KEY SELLING POINTS
- IBMA Vocal Group of the Year in 2019, 2020 and 2021
- Previous release, Sister Sadie II, earned them a GRAMMY nomination for Best Bluegrass Album in 2019.
- IBMA Entertainer of the Year award in 2020.
- Founding member Deanie Richardson (Fiddle Player of the Year in 2020); Gena Britt (SPBGMA’s reigning Banjo Player of the Year); 2021 IBMA Momentum Vocalist of the Year Jaelee Roberts (guitar); in-demand bassist Hasee Ciacco; mandolin player/singer Mary Meyer.