Tina Dishman, Director of Curb College’s Academic Advising, is a member of Sister Sadie, an all-female, bluegrass group recently signed by Pinecastle Records. The band is currently working on an album to be released in 2016 comprised of member-written originals and other pieces.
Made up of Dishman and four friends, Sister Sadie was born out of what was initially intended to be a one-time jam at Nashville’s Station Inn. After the sold-out show, the band began getting calls for gigs and Sister Sadie, a name inspired by a Tony Rice song, was born.
A release published regarding Sister Sadie’s recent signing said, “We are all in a very natural state when we perform as a group. No struggle…just in tune with thought, spirit and musical expression. Along with these factors, being on what we feel is one of the most creative and artist friendly labels in the business, Pinecastle Records, we have a sense of excitement that Sister Sadie will be in the perfect musical environment to be who we are and offer our style in the purest way….which is what this band wants. We are pumped and excited to be teaming up with Pinecastle for this project and can’t wait to get it out to our fans!”