The Womack Sisters


Ian Imhof


The scorching fire of music courses through their every vein, pumped by hearts whose every beat is in the rhythms of songs. These are the hearts BG, Zeimani and Kucha, the three gifted, soulful siblings who make up The Womack Sisters. As daughters of renown songwriters and producers Cecil and Linda Womack (of Womack & Womack,) nieces of singer and songwriter Bobby Womack and granddaughters of the legendary Sam Cooke, the trio inherited the legacy of musical giants and declared themselves the rightful bearers of the royal scepter of soul troubadours. When these gifted and equally beautiful young women lift their voices to sing, the listeners take note.

Not just Womack’s by name, the sisters are the living embodiment of Soul and R&B music. It's fair to say they have music ingrained in their DNA. Comprised of three of seven siblings, this bubbly, sophisticated young singing trio is also the best of friends who are as close as sisters could be, due in part to their extraordinary upbringing. Their father Cecil, who was an incredibly focused and intellectual man, tired of the politics of the American music industry and moved his family to the UK in the mid 1980's. Thus began a lifetime of worldwide travel, where they would encounter a new destination every six months or so.

It wasn't long before Cecil brought his children into his music, where he taught the girls the ropes at an early age. Beyond writing, they learned production and publishing, as he wanted his children to understand the inner workings of the music business. Looking back now, the sisters are forever grateful for the gifts they were given. What they may have missed in High School and boyfriends, they made up for with other incredible life experiences. From the sheep farm in Dublin and the water well in Kenya, to the rural village in Tanzania overlooking Kilimanjaro and their fondest memory of all - London. During this time, along with their family, they would travel and perform to crowds of ten-thousand or more, work with the Rolling Stones, Ozzy Osborne, Annie Lennox and many more. In their own way, each of these life-changing moments has crafted the sound, feel and depth of The Womack Sisters.

Currently making their home in Los Angeles, the girls have been busy writing and recording, garnering writing credits on tracks with B.O.B, The Game and Mya to name a few, while they work on their debut album. Between their long lineage of timeless musical history, they draw strength from their bond, for it is as unshakable and as strong as the music they create.

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02.03.17//The Womack Sisters Demand Respect in Empowering Single, “Darling”

The Womack Sisters Demand Respect in Empowering Single, “Darling”

Los Angeles, CA – Soul and R&B trio, The Womack Sisters released their debut single, “Darling,” a beautiful track rich with catchy melodies and show-stopping vocals. An anthem for those who are done with being betrayed and lied to, “Darling” is an empowering single that encompasses all of the thoughts and emotions that are felt before leaving someone who was unfaithful. “Darling” is now available on iTunes and Spotify.

The gifted siblings that make up The Womack Sisters are nothing less than a living embodiment of soul and R&B music. As daughters of renowned songwriters and producers Cecil and Linda Womack (of Womack & Womack,) nieces of singer-songwriter Bobby Womack and granddaughters of the legendary Sam Cooke, it’s fair to say music has been ingrained in their DNA. Not only do the sisters possess incredible singing voices and writing skills, but they also learned production and have a full understanding of the inner workings of the music business. The girls have been simultaneously working on their debut album and garnering writing credits on tracks with artists like B.O.B., The Game and Mya.

From their retro look to their throwback, yet fresh feeling tunes, The Womack Sisters put it all on display in “Darling”. Classic soul and R&B beats paired with relatable lyrics and beautiful harmonies make the single absolutely infectious. As listeners go deeper into the song, they hear a story about leaving a deceitful lover from someone who’s putting their foot down and saying enough is enough. “Darling” is an extremely relatable song that The Womack Sisters wrote out of personal experience.

Much like the song itself, the music video is fresh, yet familiar. Wearing dazzling cocktail dresses and hair that almost touches the sky, reminiscent of The Supremes, the beautiful trio delivers a soulful performance packed with choreography and sass. Director Roman Luck brought to life the group’s vision for the music video. “We knew what we wanted the treatment to be like. We were inspired by Nancy Sinatra for this one, and he really made it happen,” said the sisters.

Refreshing yet nostalgic, “Darling” is comprised of empowering lyrics, laced with a soulful tune that catches the attention of listeners. Download “Darling” on iTunes or stream it on Spotify. To follow The Womack Sisters on their musical journey check them out