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Bulger's Beat: Nashville sisters hope songs bring joy

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Nashville's McCrary sisters hope their singing could save your soul, or at least put a smile on your face.

The bond of family and faith in Jesus is what has kept the four dynamic women on the road and on the stage for more than 40 years. Whether it's background or front and center, the McCrarys still stand out.

The sisters - Ann, Deborah, Regina and Alfreda - have been destined to use their gospel singing gift since birth. They are daughters of Sam McCrary, an original member of the legendary Nashville quartet the Fairfield Four.

"It was nothing to be in our home to have everybody sing," Regina McCrary said. "We didn't know people couldn't sing. We thought everyone could sing."

So they did, taking the act on the road and touring for years with Bob Dylan, but only after their dad said it was OK.

A stint with Elvis was great too, but these days, when looking back at the best times, all they need to do is look at each other.

"There's nothing as exciting and powerful and anointing as singing with my sisters," Regina McCrary said.

Now, they have released a new record titled 'Our Journey,' dedicated to their parents, and rehearsed in the Nashville home they grew up in.

The McCrarys say if you ever see or hear them sing, they hope you feel joy, peace and love. Those are the emotions they want their music to deliver.

For more on the McCrary sisters, visit http://www.themccrarysisters.com/music.php.

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