The combined sounds of sisters Mizzy and Casey Wiggins is marked simply by delectable vocal harmonies and catchy, acoustic melodies. Sing Out! referred to them to be “much like Lucinda Williams, or the Indigo Women, and, then, you will be considering Buffy Sainte Marie or Michelle Stunned,” and www.villagerecords.com called them “the feminine counterpoint towards the Everly Brothers.” Although they primarily sought separate professions in Austin and LA, the Wiggins Sisters stayed drawn toward one another. Joining makes in 1996, they quickly developed a supportive pursuing. Their self-produced debut record sold a lot more than 50,000 copies. Their second record, Minnesota, made by Lloyd Maines, implemented in 1999.