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SHeDaisy's 'Sweet Right Here'

Carousel - Playboy Magazine founder Hugh Hefner in the 1970s, and in 2006.
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In 1999 Kristyn, Kassidy and Kelsi Osborn, better known as country super-group SHeDaisy, burst onto the scene with a debut album that produced four top-10 singles. Since then, the three sisters from Magna, Utah, have produced four more albums with sales in excess of $3 million, making them one of the nation's top country acts.

The Osborn sisters latest effort is a CD, "Sweet Right Here," which already has garnered two top ten hits and has a third single, "Don't Worry 'Bout A Thing" quickly rising up the charts.

And on The Saturday Early Show's Second Cup Café, they perform Passenger Seat," "Come Home Soon," and "Don't Worry 'Bout A thing."

SHeDaisy's career got off to a quick start five years ago. The group's first four singles - "Little Good-Byes," "This Woman Needs," "I Will…But" and "Lucky 4 You (Tonight I'm Just Me)" - all went Top 10.

The Whole SHeBANG sold nearly 2 million copies, making it one of the most successful debut albums by a country act since the Dixie Chicks. It spent 99 weeks on Billboard magazine's Top Country Albums chart, leading to awards nominations from the Grammys, the Country Music Association, the Academy of Country Music, the Blockbuster Music Awards and the American Music Awards.

When a follow-up album, 2002's Knock on the Sky, failed to match its predecessor's success, the sisters had to re-evaluate everything. A subsequent tour forced the band to simplify the intricate arrangements that they had created for the album. It demanded that they stand solely on the quality of the songwriting and their vocal performances. What this provided was a signpost for the group's new direction and what they found was that sometimes an unexpected detour can take you to a place that's even better than where you thought you were headed.