Over the next few weeks, we're going to take a look back at some past country artists that were popular at a certain time, but just kind of disappeared, for whatever reason.

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Maybe they left their record label. Perhaps they retired or stopped recording music. There's also the chance they never could recapture the success they had before. Whatever the reason, certain artists fade away from the national spotlight.

It'll be fun to highlight some of those past country artists. First up is a female sister trio that exploded on to the country music/radio scene in 1999 -- SHeDAISY.

SHeDAISY consisted of Kassidy, Kelsi, and Kristyn Osborn. They were from Utah and signed to RCA Nashville in the late 90's, but the album they recorded was never released and they later signed with Lyric Street Records in 1999.

Their debut single "Little Good-Byes" hit country radio in February of 1999. It peaked at number three on Billboard in the summer of that year.

Their highest-charting single would be a hit a year later, "I Will...But" (#2).

SHeDAISY would release 13 total singles to country radio from 1999 to 2006. They charted six total top 10 hits on the Mediabase radio chart, but none of them went to number one.

By the end of the 2000's decade, they would leave Lyric Street, which folded by 2010. SHeDAISY never released a single after 2006 and has not recorded an album in over a decade.

SHeDAISY's hits are childhood nostalgia for me. I loved their style and they had a great knack for catchy melodies and lyrics. Hopefully, they record again one day.