Sweethearts of the Rodeo is an American country music duo composed of sisters Janis Oliver (guitar, vocals) and Kristine Arnold (née Oliver) (vocals). The duo recorded for Columbia Records between 1986 and 1991, releasing four albums and twelve singles for the label. During the 1990s, they also recorded two albums for Sugar Hill Records.
Sisters (Sweethearts of the Rodeo album). Sisters is a 1992 album from US country duo Sweethearts of the Rodeo.
When it also includes Tex Ritter's "Long Time Gone," Jesse Winchester's "Brand New Tennessee Waltz," and Gordon Lightfoot's "Steel Rail Blues," you know, at the very least, the artist has good taste in songs. And when that artist is Sweethearts of the Rodeo, you know the voices will sure be pretty and the harmonies aplenty. You could just about consider these two ladies, Janis Gill and Kristine Arnold, to be the Everly sisters.
More albums from Sweethearts Of The Rodeo: Beautiful Lies by Sweethearts Of The Rodeo. Sisters by Sweethearts Of The Rodeo. Sweethearts Of The Rodeo by Sweethearts Of The Rodeo. One Time, One Night by Sweethearts Of The Rodeo. Buffalo Zone by Sweethearts Of The Rodeo. View all albums . Rodeo Waltz. By: Sweethearts Of The Rodeo (1993, Folk, World, & Country). 2. Long Time Gone 4. Hoping That You’re Hoping. 5. Jenny Dreamed Of Trains. 6. Brand New Tennessee Waltz. 8. Please Help Me I’m Falling.
And when that artist is Sweethearts of the Rodeo, you know the voices will sure be pretty and the harmonies aplenty. They are sisters, after all, who have been singing together since the early '60s and they cover a lot of the same musical ground that Phil and Don Everly covered.
Rodeo Waltz Q&A. More Sweethearts Of The Rodeo albums. Show all albums by Sweethearts Of The Rodeo.