For the young women of Yes MAM, it all started with a couple of homeschool history assignments. After the girls worked up a song together for a project on the Wild West years ago, their harmony took off. For a different project, they portrayed The Andrews Sisters, donning tweed suits from a thrift store and experimenting with the makeup and hairstyles of the swing and boogie-woogie era. A talent show win followed and, before long, the girls found themselves asked to perform at more and more venues.
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