Eight months ago FOX23 News introduced the world to Camille and Haley Harris. The Tulsa sisters had written a song for Rick Santorum's campaign for president.
Their song, "Game On," attracted more than a million views on Youtube and brought them national fame.
Santorum's campaign fell short, but the Harris sisters certainly have not.
Camille and Haley want to make sure they're not one-hit-wonders. Over the past eight months they've seen their careers blossom and their fame grow, but they say they never forget where they came from.
The sisters recently recorded a video to a song called "Ain't Your Fool," which will be the first single off their soon-to-be-released album.
The "Santorum Girls," as they're often referred to, recently competed in a performance competition in Nashville.
"We got top six," Camille said. "They didn't actually have any placement, they just had top six."
They regularly meet with music moguls ready to launch their careers and get them signed to a major record label.
"We hope to get on an opening tour, like an opening act for a big tour," Camille said. "And so we're in the middle of kind of shopping that."
"I would love to open for Zach Brown or Shania Twain or Garth Brooks," Haley said.
They've even got the Gospel Music Channel, Great American Country network and Country Music Television competing to give them their own reality show.
"They want to see the family side and the music side, and us meeting stars, taking our first radio tour, in the studio...the writing process," Camille said.
But no matter how famous they get, Tulsa will always be home.
"For us, staying true to who we are means keeping our morals," Camille said. "Keeping who we are, keeping our dress standards modest, keeping our lyric standards clean."
"A lot of people start out good," Haley said. "And it's hard to stay good when there's so much pressure. And everyone's 'if you just do this, if you just do this...you'll be more popular.'"
But the girls' parents are fully aware of the pressure the entire family will still face.
"I'm not arrogant enough to think that it couldn't come with a lot of challenges," David said. "I am tenuous about it, because there is a barrage of things that can hit you."
But for now, the entire family is just enjoying the ride.
"It's happy because the music is happy," Cheri Harris, the girls' mother, said. "And so I love it. Everyday is a surprise."
"Even if we never made it to the big lights and to the huge and famous, we are living the best life right now," Camille said. "Like, our family loves each other, we are having so much fun, we're singing. Whether we're doing big gigs or small gigs, you have to enjoy every level."Click here
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