Soul Sisters got to catch up with country star and songwriting phenom Brandy Clark just two days before the 2018 Grammys - a ceremony she knows a little about as a six-time nominee, including nods for Best New Artist and Best Country Album when she crossed over from behind the pen to behind the mic in 2015.
Jazz artist Camila Meza joins Soul Sisters on the eve of New York's Winter Jazzfest to offer some real talk about the challenges facing women in that genre today - and what she suggests we can do about it.
Lizzy Plapinger kicks the new year off right for Soul Sisters as the co-founder of Neon Golden Records/front woman of MS MR/solo act known as LPX tells us how she became such a triple-threat talent - and what challenges still lie ahead.
Sarah McLachlan calls into Soul Sisters from her home in Vancouver for a special holiday episode to discuss her recent Grammy nomination for her album Wonderland, what it would take to revive Lilith Fair 20+ years later, and how she's battled double standards in the music industry to become one of the most cherished artists of her time.
"I felt a lot of pressure to make something iconic and massive because the EPs had done so well" says VÉRITÉ, a.k.a Kelsey Byrne, when telling Soul Sisters what drove her to independently executive produce her stellar debut LP "Somewhere In Between."