A Night at the Opry with Sharon Little

Sharon Little

Little has earned critical kudos for her independent recordings, including this rave from Los Angeles area critic Roy Trakin: “[Little possesses] a sultry croon capable of soothing, arousing or exploding into a Janis Joplin-esque howl when you least expect it….By all rights, Little should be a big star.” Helen Leicht of influential Philadelphia radio station WXPN wrote of a recent live performance, “What soul! You always hope to be that moved by a concert.”

Shannon McGill

This songstress is an unrepentant harpy who enjoys performing with She Hates Me as it gives her an opportunity to show off a wildly out-of-date and tasteless wardrobe. Blacklisted in 1954 by Joseph McCarthy, McGill fought her way back into show business after meeting fellow Scorpio and bird-watching enthusiast, Kevin Sullivan. At a massive 5 feet, 4 inches, McGill strikes an imposing figure beside the more diminutive Sullivan and is often referred to by critics as, “the Behemoth of Song.” A pillar of her community, McGill uses her status as a pop icon to urge today’s young people to “save themselves for marriage,” and volunteers at her local YWCA teaching a class in gun smithing.



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