The Soul Sisters, I can’t stand it/Blueberry Hill


The Soul Sisters are Tresia Cleveland and Ann Gissendanner who recorded “I can’t stand it” in 1964 for the American Sue label. Originally they were called The Canjoes and also featured the well known singer Lou Johnson. It is thought that The Soul Sisters also recorded for Chess Records under the name The Kolettes, where just one record was issued, “Who’s that guy”. In 1968 they moved to Veep records. The Soul Sisters are understood to be performing still.

Billboard No. 46 in April 1964.



Updated 20 July 2016


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