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or 'Like' us on Facebook - http PRESENTED BY HOLLY BALL BROUGHT TO YOU BY PRINCE BANDROOM - MISCREANT RECORDINGS - http The Wolfgramm house was the loudest house in the street. From a young age sisters Kelly, Talei and Eliza were either playing piano, guitar, cello, tuba, or singing at the top of their lungs. Their mother noticed that all the girls wanted to sing but often refused to sing in unison because they wanted to 'sing their own part'. She cleverly taught them harmonies so they could sing simultaneously and not fight over the melody. It was also the fullest house in the street with an endless stream of young musicians and artists passing through. A rehearsal or jam would start up after school and finish when the neighbours couldn't take it anymore. So the Wolfgramm sisters took their music to the Melbourne pub scene. Word quickly spread through the music community that the girls had soulful voices and a killer blend, the kind of blend that only the same DNA can nail. The sisters were soon working with some of the best musicians in Melbourne and gigging regularly in Fitzroy, the City and St Kilda. It soon followed that Australia's most acclaimed singers also wanted to work with the girls, not only for their rich harmonies, but also for their musical diversity and strength in writing and arranging vocal parts. In recent years the girls have sung with Jet, Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings, Leo Sayer, Little Birdy, Ross ...