The Chapin Sisters On Mountain Stage
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Abigail and Lily Chapin, who together form The Chapin Sisters, make their second appearance on Mountain Stage
, recorded live at the Culture Center Theater in Charleston, W.Va. To say that the Chapins were raised in a musical family is an understatement: Their father, Tom Chapin, won three Grammys; their grandfather, Jim Chapin, was a respected jazz drummer; and their uncle, Harry Chapin, was one of America's most beloved folk singer-songwriters. Naturally, The Chapin Sisters' sound relies heavily on sibling harmonies.
The Chapins begin their Mountain Stage
set with their original song "Sweet Light," performed a cappella. Then they're joined by the Mountain Stage
band for three songs from their latest project, A Date With the Everly Brothers
, after which they close their set as a duo, with "Sleepless Nights."
- "Sweet Light"
- "Crying In The Rain"
- "Sigh, Cry, Almost Die"
- "Love Hurts"
- "Sleepless Nights"
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