Raised in California, Kim and Kandy have always been interested in music. They began singing in church around the age of five, gospel tunes were a niche for them. Performing in their church’s youth group was always a thrill for them and is what really sparked their passion with singing. They began performing and touring with various gospel artists like Shirley Caesar and Andrae Crouch.
In 1989, they decided to group up with their sister Krystal Johnson to form The Johnson Sisters. They were able to perform with many prestigious artists like Michael Jackson, Ray Charles, R. Kelly, The Isley Brothers, Earth, Wind and Fire and many others. In 2004, The Johnson Sisters were nominated for a Grammy for their Dreamworks recording “Busted”. The Johnson Sisters also had many important appearances on shows like Oprah Winfrey Show, Soul Train, General Hospital, BET 106th & Park, Ally McBeal Show and more.
Now, Kim and Kandy have decided to take a new approach and launch a singing career with one another. They have a soulful-country vibe that can’t be replicated, really drawing the people into their unique sound. Currently, they are working on writing and recording a new album to share with the world soon.