The Haden Triplets

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The Haden Triplets
Genres Alternative country, Neotraditional country, Folk music
Labels Third Man Records
Members Petra Haden
Tanya Haden
Rachel Haden

The Haden triplets, Petra, Tanya and Rachel, (born October 11, 1971 in New York City), are musicians who have performed individually in bands and together. They are the daughters of jazz double-bassist Charlie Haden.[1]

The women, separately and together, have contributed to recordings and performances by the Foo Fighters, Queens of the Stone Age, Weezer, Beck, Green Day, Todd Rundgren, the Rentals and Silversun Pickups.[2] Former members of That Dog, the outfit had previously performed together live and on Anais Mitchell's Hadestown.[3]

In 2014, they released their first vocal album together, "The Haden Triplets," produced by Ry Cooder on Jack White's Third Man Records and it collects stripped-down, old-time country songs from the Carter Family, Bill Monroe, the Stanley Brothers, Webb Pierce, Kitty Wells and the Louvin Brothers.[4]


  1. ^ McDonald, Seven. (May 9, 2007). "The Haden Clan." LA Weekly.
  2. ^ (January 13, 2014) "The Haden Triplets Spin a Sisterly Folk Spell." Rolling Stone.
  3. ^ Adams, Gregory. (January 29, 2014) "The Haden Triplets to Release Ry Cooder-Produced Debut Album via Third Man." Exclaim.
  4. ^ Mazor, Barry. (January 29, 2014) "Sister Act." The Wall Street Journal.

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