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The Cherokee Maidens The Cherokee Maidens

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They croon. They scat. They swing and sing like Bing.

Think Bob Wills meets the Andrews Sisters.

The Cherokee Maidens and Sycamore Swing

The melodic braid of these three maidens is time-tested.
One was a Dixie Chick.
Two have appeared on Garrison Keillor’s A Prairie Home Companion. Two have sung at the Grand Ole Opry.
And all three share Native American heritage - hence their name, inspired by Cindy Walker’s 1941 country hit.

Guitar-slinger Kentucky White leads Sycamore Swing, a troupe of crackerjack musicians featuring some of the fabled Tulsa Playboys – notably the Eichers and Steve Bagsby.

Their latest recording, My Dixie Darling, is nominated for three Academy of Western Artists’ Awards including Group, Album and Best Song, an original composition “Longing for Tulsa and You.”

"Straight as an arrow flies," as their signature song goes, The Cherokee Maidens deliver a charming, unabashedly throwback sound with their swinging self-titled debut.
~ The Daily Oklahoman
photos by: Tobie Andrews and Heather Boyce-Broddle