The Ennis Sisters

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

The Ennis Sisters stepped into the spotlight in 1997 with the release of their debut album, Red is the Rose. 20 years later, with 12 albums, a Juno award and multiple music awards to their credit, Maureen, Karen and Teresa have toured all over the world, performing on some of the most prestigious stages and festivals. Flavoured by Celtic and traditional Newfoundland influences, The Ennis Sisters are known for their captivating sibling harmonies and their powerful, often humorous, storytelling.

Their 2018 release, Keeping Time, is reflective yet uplifting, about keeping time in both life and music. Produced by Alan Doyle of Great Big Sea, the album was inspired by the unraveling and tethering of memory, and is part homage, part celebration of life, as the album honours their father, whom they recently lost to dementia.

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Maclab Centre for the Performing Arts

4308 – 50 St.
T9E 6K8 Leduc

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The Ennis Sisters stepped into the spotlight in 1997 with the release of their debut album, Red is the Rose. 20 years later, with 12 albums, a Juno award and multiple music awards to their credit, Maureen, Karen and Teresa have toured all over the world, performing on some of the most prestigious stages and festivals. Flavoured by Celtic and traditional Newfoundland influences, The Ennis Sisters are known for their captivating sibling harmonies and their powerful, often humorous, storytelling.

Their 2018 release, Keeping Time, is reflective yet uplifting, about keeping time in both life and music. Produced by Alan Doyle of Great Big Sea, the album was inspired by the unraveling and tethering of memory, and is part homage, part celebration of life, as the album honours their father, whom they recently lost to dementia.

Learn More (artist website) >

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