Chilliwack's country music sensations
It might be a stretch to call Chilliwack 'Nashville North' but our little burg has produced its share of pickers and country crooners. Of those, the bluegrass trio Tumbleweek has turned the most heads, and has the best chance of making a big splash in the modern country music mega-business.
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"Harmonies so beautiful they made me weep," singer Billy Cowsill has said of the sisters' gifted singing. That's high praise from a man who, with his 60s brother act the Cowsills and now with the Blue Shadows, has himself amazed listeners with the most smoothly powerful vocal chords this side of Roy Orbison.
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