The band consists of three sisters: Este Haim bass guitar and vocals , Danielle Haim vocals and guitar and Alana Haim guitars, keyboards, and vocals. In addition to their primary instruments, each member is also proficient in several others. The group's pop sound on their studio work stands in contrast to the more rock-based music of their live shows. The sisters grew up in a musical family, and began playing instruments from an early age in the cover band Rockinhaim, fronted by their parents, Moti and Donna. The two elder sisters, Este and Danielle, began performing with the pop group Valli Girls in
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San Fernando Valley’s unsung heroes honored at Martin Luther King Jr. Day breakfast – Daily News
Day, a holiday that promotes the spirit of community service. Among those honored at the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. San Fernando Valley Community Breakfast was LeRoy Chase, the longtime director of the youth center that has long served as the venue for the annual event. Community service awards, all of which were named after Chase, were given out to several others who have made a mark locally, including Norma Magee, a retired school teacher who volunteers her time with a variety of local activities, including the PTA, homeless services organizations, and voter registration efforts.
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Everyone knows the San Fernando Valley is a smog-choked cesspool where culture goes to die a slow, boring death. You just have to dig a little deeper to find it. Take the music scene, for example. But that ends now. Sisters Jennifer and Jessica Clavin proved that they could write vital, vicious punk songs with Mika Miko, a beloved local group that practically lived at the Smell until disbanding in