Once upon a time, there were two sisters named Allison and Catherine Pierce. They were born and raised in a land far, far away, called Birmingham, Alabama. They were home schooled and encouraged by their parents to pursue anything and everything in the arts. Now, the girls flourished in ballet, painting, music, and writing, but they couldn't solve a calculus equation to save their souls. That's okay though, when do you ever use calculus in the real world? Anyway...back to the story... Allison and Catherine soon grew weary of small town living and decided to run away to a magical place called "Nashville" to pursue fame and fortune through song. They packed their bags and vowed never to return (except for the holidays). Aaaah, but fame is an elusive beast, that is difficult to catch. After several fruitless years in Nashville the young ladies realized that their destiny lay waiting in New York City. Managers were hired, deals were signed, records were made. The future seemed bright...but sometimes, dear readers...things are not as they seem. To make a long story short... Managers were fired, deals were unsigned, records were shelved. The future seemed bleak...but sometimes, dear readers...well you know. The Pierces said, "Who needs a record label? We can do this on our own!" And that, my friends is exactly what they did. They recorded 15 glorious songs with producer and friend, Roger Greenawalt at Shabby Roads Studio in Williamsburg and were very pleased with the results. They found it much easier to make music that they loved without those pesky label people saying things like, " I don't hear a hit" and " It needs to be edgier". The end of our happy tale of two girls with a dream is still unwritten, but the moral of the story is to never give up hope... and with the technology we have today, you can record your own stuff, so don't depend on anyone else. .