About The Artist
Combining elements of folk, jangle pop, post-grunge, and south-of-the-Mason-Dixon-Line classic rock, Sister Hazel's earworm melodies, tight harmonies, and upbeat D.I.Y. aesthetic helped make the Florida-based group a fixture on the alternative charts in the 1990s and early 2000s. Emerging in 1993, the band found success in 1997 with the release of their sophomore effort, Somewhere More Familiar, which went platinum on the strength of the single "All for You," Sister Hazel's biggest hit to date. Subsequent LPs like 2000's Fortress and 2009's Release also saw a modicum of chart success, and in 2016 the band issued its first country album, Lighter in the Dark. They continued to find favor on the country charts with the EPs Water, Wind, and Fire, which were compiled on 2020's full-length Elements.