One More Girl
In the past 24 months – thanks to deals with both EMI Music and Interscope Records – One More Girl have undertaken extensive and repeated songwriting excursions to Nashville and Los Angeles, working with some of the best in the business, from Radney Foster ("Nobody Wins," "Just Call Me Lonesome"), Nathan Chapman (Taylor Swift) and Linda Perry ("Get The Party Started," "Beautiful") to Billy Steinberg ("Like A Virgin," "True Colors"), Jeff Trott ("Soak Up The Sun") and many others.
These show biz vets belie their youth with fistfuls of credits. They’ve shared stages with the likes of Lady Antebellum, Toby Keith and Jason Aldean. They’ve also performed before thousands at major events like the Calgary Stampede and the Merritt Mountain Music Festival, and were honored with the Canadian Radio Music Award’s ‘Best New Country Artist' in 2010. The girls took home the Canadian Country Music Association’s ‘Rising Star’ award the same year, as well as the BC Country Music Association’s ‘Single of the Year', ‘Group or Duo’, ‘Album' and ‘Entertainer of the Year'.
Entertainer, indeed. The first thing audiences notice about One More Girl is that sublime, pristine blend of voices, the sort of razor-cut and effortless harmonies only ever delivered by siblings. Expertly trained siblings, as it turns out. Both McKillip parents are songwriters with a long list of material cut by other artists, while dad – Tom McKillip – is also an award-winning guitarist, band leader and sought after record producer. Britt and Carly’s fates were sealed at birth.
When – okay, if – people get past the voices they invariably note the One More Girl stage chops, a poise and presence not often seen in artists of any age. Turns out they’ve both spent most of their lives in front of cameras. Britt has been in a ton of movie projects, played a lead in two seasons of the critically acclaimed series Dead Like Me" and voiced dozens of cartoon characters including Blueberry Muffin in Strawberry Shortcake and Princess Cadence in My Little Pony.
Carly, meanwhile, had a recurring role on ABC's Life As We Know It with Kelly Osborne and was the lead Alice McLeod character on CTV's Alice, I Think sitcom. Nice work if you can get it - but these uber-talented sisters have always managed to combine the film and music worlds with ease.
“We’re more charged up than ever to make a mark for ourselves, and it’s a big world out there,” says Carly. “We’re so lucky to have an amazing team of believers around us,” adds Britt.
They’re called One More Girl. Except, actually, they’re two.
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