Jypsi life and biography

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Jypsi biography

Date of birth : -
Date of death : -
Birthplace : Galena, Illinois, U.S.
Nationality : American
Category : Arts and Entertainment
Last modified : 2011-02-15
Credited as : Country music group, Mister Officier , Now That's All Right with Me

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Jypsi is an American country music group composed of four siblings, all with the surname Rische: Amber-Dawn (fiddle, vocals), Frank (guitar, vocals), Lillie Mae (lead vocals) and Scarlett (mandolin, vocals). Signed to Arista Nashville in 2007, the group has released three singles, including I Don't Love You Like That, which reached #38 on the U.S. country singles charts that year.

Jypsi's self-titled debut album was released in May 2008 as a music download but not as a physical album. This album includes the song Now That's All Right with Me, previously released by Mandy Barnett on her 1996 self-titled debut. Country Standard Time gave the album a favorable review, with reviewer John Lupton saying,

"Though it takes a little while to get it going, their self-titled debut demonstrates that there is indeed some substance to the [attractive] image as well." Lead singer Lillie Mae Rische made a guest appearance on the track "God Knows Who I Am" on Montgomery Gentry's 2008 album Back When I Knew It All.

The group's third single, "Mister Officer," was released in August 2009. It was also made into the band's first music video, directed by Roman White. Bobby Peacock of Roughstock.com said "although Lillie Mae Rische's vocals are a bit on the thin side, she gives a youthful, energetic performance that helps sell the song." Juli Thanki of the 9513 gave it a thumbs-up, saying "Despite its shortcomings—and there are a few—'Mr. Officer' is bursting at the seams with carefree, youthful exuberance and bright three-part harmony."

The Jypsi Band was featured on an episode of Gene Simmons Family Jewels on August 9, 2009.

Watch below the music video of Jypsi "Mister Officier" :



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