Farmer's Daughter (country)
Farmer's Daughter is a country music group from Vancouver, BC. Farmer's Daughter recorded three studio albums and charted sixteen singles on the Canadian country music charts. Their highest charting single was the Number One song "Cornfields or Cadillacs". Although sometimes referred to as a band, they do not play musical instruments as part of their act. In 1993, the group independently released their debut album, Girls Will Be Girls, on Stubble Jumper Music. The original three group members did their last tour in 2001, and did not go public with any information as to why they decided to stop playing together.