One More Girl
One More Girl
|Also known as||Saving Grace|
|Origin||Maple Ridge, British Columbia Canada|
|Labels||EMI Music Canada, Interscope, Open Road Recordings|
|Website||One More Girl|
This article needs to be updated. The reason given is: no updates since the February 2014 EP The Hard Way, 100% of the references are dead links, no idea if this duo is still active. (January 2023)
One More Girl is a Canadian country music duo composed of actress-singers Carly and Britt McKillip, who are sisters. The duo signed to EMI Canada in 2008 and released their debut album, Big Sky, in 2009. In 2010, they won the Rising Star award at the Canadian Country Music Association Awards. In August 2011, the duo signed with American pop music label Interscope Records.
In December 2008, One More Girl signed with EMI Music Canada and released their debut single, "I Can Love Anyone", to Canadian country radio shortly after. EMI released the duo's debut album, Big Sky, on October 6, 2009. Another single for EMI, "Fall Like That", was released in early 2011 as the first single from the duo's second album.
The duo released an extended play, The Hard Way, in February 2014 via Open Road Recordings.
Both sisters are also actresses, with Carly known for her role in the series Alice, I Think, while Britt is known for co-starring in the US cable TV series Dead Like Me and also providing the voice of Princess Cadance for My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic.
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|One More Girl for Christmas||
|The Hard Way||
|2008||"I Can Love Anyone"||18||—||Big Sky|
|2009||"Misery Loves Company"||30||—|
|"When It Ain't Rainin'"||7||86|
|2010||"The Day I Fall"||27||—|
|2011||"Fall Like That"||31||—||—|
|2013||"Run Run Run"||36||—|
|"Love Like Mine"||26||—||The Hard Way (EP)|
|"—" denotes releases that did not chart|
|2008||"I Can Love Anyone"||Kathi Prosser|
|2009||"Misery Loves Company"||Margaret Malandruccolo|
|"When It Ain't Rainin'"|
|"The Day I Fall"|
|2013||"Run Run Run"|
|"Love Like Mine"||Wes Mack|
|"Home for Christmas" (with George Canyon,
Aaron Pritchett and Jordan McIntosh)
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Awards and nominations
Canadian Country Music Association Awards
|2010||Group or Duo of the Year||Nominated|
- 2005-2007 B.C. Country Music Association "Group of the Year"- 3 Nominations
- 2009 B.C. Country Music Association "Horizon Award"
- 2010 Canadian Radio Music "Best New Country Artist"
- 2010 B.C. Country Music Association "Single of the Year", "Group or Duo", "Album of the Year", "Entertainer of the Year"
- "EMI Music Canada signs One More Girl". CMT Canada. December 10, 2008.
- "One More Girl goes one step farther". Vancouver Sun. August 17, 2011.
- "One More Girl Album & Song Chart History - Canada Country". Billboard. Prometheus Global Media. Retrieved December 1, 2013.
- "One More Girl Album & Song Chart History - Billboard Canadian Hot 100". Billboard. Prometheus Global Media. Retrieved December 1, 2013.
- One More Girl - EMIMusic.ca
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