The 2013 documentary takes a close look at a popular band of the 1960s composed solely of six sisters. Having first performed live together in their elementary school days, the group made the transition to the television sphere through an appearance on Andy Williams’ TV show and was also featured on the Smothers Brothers Show and programs hosted by Glen Campbell and Danny Kaye. One of the group’s most popular hits was "Gonna Have a Good Time,” which was penned by the Easybeats and released in 1969.
The movie provides a compelling look at the challenges faced as a pioneering all-women rock band that had to make the grueling transition from the television sphere to live performances. The group ultimately disbanded in the 1970s, although it did partially reunite in the 1990s with a focus on Mormon-themed music.