After senior high school, Nelle Poe (b. 4 Might 1922, Big Creek, Mississippi, USA; vocals/electric guitar) took a government-sponsored consumer electronics training course and early in 1943 was offered employment by the overall Electric Business in Bridgeport, Connecticut. She was accompanied by her sister, Ruth (b. 2 Dec 1924, Big Creek, Mississippi, USA; vocals/mandolin), who was simply also employed by GEC. In 1943, both sisters became radio inspectors plus they also started their singing professions. They sang being a duo over an area radio place, WICC, and in addition toured the encompassing area offering concerts with others within the Bridgeport Battle Council’s initiatives to amuse the troops. These were among many works that made an appearance in NEW YORK on the Stage Door Canteen plus they also made an appearance on tv. By 1944 that they had attained sufficient popularity to become hired to execute with Ernest Tubb AS WELL AS THE Texas Troubadours, for the atmosphere over Nashville’s WSM, and had been employed by George D. Hay to sing on the Grand Ole Opry. The sisters’ repertoire combined nation and bluegrass; admirers from the Blue Sky Young boys and specifically the Delmore Brothers, they included a number of the last mentioned’s songs within their shows. In 1945, Ruth was wedded and the work split up. Nelle came back briefly to Connecticut, but shortly she was back again with her sister as soon as again they made an appearance on the Grand Ole Opry. They finished their links using the present past due in 1946 rather than long following this Nelle, as well, was married. Once again the sisters split up the work and this period decided to never job application their music producing lives. Some of their broadcast shows through the Grand Ole Opry survived and had been released decades down the road the German Cattle label. In Sept 2005, the Poe Sisters had been recipients of the Prize of Honor on the George D. Hay Hall of Popularity Museum, Mammoth Springtime, Arkansas, and had been also inducted in to the Old Time Nation Music Hall of Popularity.