Sister Sadie


  • From Nashville and various locations in the bluegrass heartland.
  • A all-female band that formed in 2012 after an impromptu jam session at the Station Inn in Nashville.
  • Original members: Dale Ann Bradley (guitar), Tina Adair (mandolin), Deanie Richardson (fiddle), Gena Britt (banjo) and Beth Lawrence (bass).
  • 2016, released self titled album (Pinecastle).
  • 2019, released Sister Sadie II album (Pinecastle). This album was nominated for a Grammy Award.
  • 2019, won the IBMA Award for Vocal Group of the Year.
  • 2020, won IBMA Awards for Entertainer of the Year and Vocal Group of the Year.
  • 2020, Dale Ann Bradley left the group to give more attention to her solo career.
  • 2021, Jaelee Roberts (guitar) and Hasee Ciaccio (bass) joined the band.
  • 2021, the group was featured in a special exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum called American Currents: State of the Music.
  • 2022, Mary Meyer (mandolin) joined the band, replacing Tina Adair who left to pursue her solo career.
  • 2023, Meyer left the band and was replaced by Dani Flowers (guitar). Also, Maddie Dalton (bass) replaced Ciaccio.