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The Castle Singers were a trio of female doo-wop and close harmony singers. Its members, Josie, Joanie and Audrey Kossol, were born in Charleroi, Pennsylvania, but moved to New York City in the mid 1950s. They cut their first two singles for Roulette and Terrace Records. In 1956, as "The Kossol Sisters" they recorded six sides for Epic records. In 1959 they switched to Roulette Records and recorded several records as "The Castle Sisters". In 1961 the girls again changed labels and recorded two singles for Triodex Records. In 1962 the group moved to Terrace Records and recorded their final four singles, one of which, "Goodbye Dad", became their only Top 100 hit, reaching the 100th spot on the charts.

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The Castle Sisters' members were Josie Castle, Joanie Castle and Audrey Castle.

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