Combining sisterly harmonies, photogenic looks, and a music-filled family background, the country trio Carter's Chord are comprised of singer/songwriters Becky, Emma, and
Joanna Robertson. The siblings were born in Southern California, where parents Barny and Carter Robertson (both of whom had previously toured with Waylon Jennings as members of the Waylors) filled their home with country and Christian music. Inspired by such surroundings, the three sisters began staging shows inside the Robertson household, charging a quarter for admission and providing food during intermission.
User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License and may also be available under the GNU FDL.
Carter's Chord is an American country music group composed of sisters Becky, Emily, and Joanna Robertson, all of whom are singer-songwriters and vocalists. They are also the three daughters of Barny and Carter Robertson, both of whom played in Waylon Jennings' road band The Waylors in the 1970s.
After several years of performing locally, the trio was signed in 2006 to Show Dog Nashville (now Show Dog-Universal Music), a record label owned by country singer Toby Keith. Their debut single, "Young Love", reached the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, as did its followup "Different Breed." Both are included on the group's debut album, which was issued to digital retailers in June 2008.