If you thought the dark-haired trio, the Sons of Sylvia, introduced by Carrie Underwood on American Idol's
results show on Wednesday, April 28, looked familiar, you might be thinking of their role when they played on "Carrie Underwood: An All Star Holiday Special" back in December. But your memory may be holding out on images vaguely recalled from 2007, when the Sons of Sylvia were known as the Clark Brothers and won the Fox' counterpart of American Idol for bands, "The Next Great American Band." After appearing with Carrie Underwood on her third album, "Play On," featured on the song "What Can I Say," the band signed with Interscope Records/19 Recordings (19 recordings is part of the American Idol afiliated family). Their new album, the first under the name of Sons of Sylvia, was released Tuesday, April 27. They performed the first single off the new album, "Love Left To Lose," on American Idol Wednesday evening. The video of that performance follows.