SHeDAISY (IPA: /ʃə'deɪzi/) is an American country music group founded in the late 1990s by sisters Kristyn Robyn Osborn (b. August 24, 1970), Kelsi Marie Osborn (b. November 21, 1974), and Kassidy Lorraine Osborn (b. October 30, 1976), all natives of Magna, Utah. The group's name is derived from a Navajo term meaning "my (little) sister".
The trio got its start in 1989 under the name The Osborn Sisters. Signed to the Nashville division of RCA Records, they would record one album which was never released. By 1999, they had assumed the name SHeDAISY and had signed Lyric Street Records. Their first album to be released, The Whole SHeBANG, was issued that year and has been certified platinum in the United States. A Christmas album titled Brand New Year was released in 2000, followed by a remixed version of The Whole SHeBANG in 2001. Knock on the Sky was issued in 2002, followed by 2004's gold-certified Sweet Right Here, 2006's Fortuneteller's Melody and 2008's The Best of SHeDAISY, a compilation.
Counting two Christmas singles, SHeDAISY has charted a total of fourteen singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. These include the Top Ten hits "Little Good-Byes" (#3, 1999), "This Woman Needs" (#9, 1999-2000), "I Will… But" (#2, 2000), and "Don't Worry 'Bout a Thing" (#7, 2005).