Bio: Noeldner Sisters (Cut First Record – 1960)
Surnames: Noeldner, Bowen
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 17 Mar 1960
The first record of the singing Noeldner Sisters is on the press and about to be released.
The two songs on the record are number composed by the sisters. They are backed by the Tom Francis Quintet of Minneapolis, a rhythm and blues orchestra (as well as Rock 'n Roll), consisting of lead guitar, sax, bass, piano, and drums. The record will first appear with a small company label and if it proves successful in this five-state area, the sisters will affiliate with a national label, probably Roulette or Tell.
They are working through Roulette recording artist and popular Rock 'n Roll singer, Jimmy Bowen. He first became interested in the singing of the Noeldner sisters when they performed with him and his band, the Rhythm Orchids, at Fournier's Ballroom in Eau Claire, and later at the Prom Ballroom in Minneapolis.
The Noeldner Sisters group consists of Mary, age 20, bass; Carol, 18, lead; Kristine, 15, tenor; Beatrice, 14, high tenor; and Helen, 12, alto.
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