The Henry Girls

The three sisters from County Donegal in Ireland -- Karen, Lorna and Joleen McLaughlin -- combined their love for their grandfather (Henry) and the Georgia duo of Amy Ray and Emily Saliers to come up with their group name when they finally decided to make music together.

The McLaughlin trio probably wouldn't mind if they're called late bloomers, because all three of them have been making music since they were little girls. But now they're grown women -- ranging in age from 30 to nearly 40. With their mix of traditional Irish folk, pop, American country and Americana, they offer timeless, tight-knit harmonies that evoke sounds as charmingly nostalgic as the Andrews Sisters and as refreshingly contemporary as the Wailin' Jennys.

The Henry Girls
The Henry Girls