Legendary gospel music duo, consisting of twins, Lydia Dedei Yawson (nee Tagoe) and Elizabeth Korkoi Tagoe, have provided details about the miraculous manner through which they got their stage name, Tagoe Sisters which has ever since then become a household name.
In an interview with Nana Romeo on Accra FM, they revealed that their musical journey started on a very rough path.
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However, after constant struggles to get some recognition, the Lord made it possible and offered them an opportunity to perform at a program that was going on at the office of Ghana Broadcasting Cooperation back in the 70s.
At this show, Mr. Pecus Laryea, who was the host of the ‘Voices in Rhythm’ show which aired on GBC at the time gave them the name just a few moments before they took the microphone to entertain the people who were listening.
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During the interview on Accra FM’s midmorning show, they said, “Before we went, he asked so how do I introduce you both? Do I call you the “duet twins or the twin sisters? So he asked us what our surname was and when we told him he said, so I will call you the Tagoe Sisters and that was how we got our stage name.”
Tagoe Sisters added that the name given to them by Mr. Laryea appeared to be the one God himself had ordained for their group because it instantly shot them to fame and opened many doors for them as well.
Watch a video of the two sisters as they spoke below…