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Ennis Listings at GEST Songs Of NFLD
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All Over Again

Give Me Love

Hard Times ~ Stephen Collins Foster

Haul Her Along ~ Glenn Vincent Breen

I'd Never Walk Away

If Anything Happened To You ~ Charlie McGettigan

If Only

It's Not About You (V)

Kiss Him

Leavin' On My Mind

Leaving Nancy ~ Eric Bogle

Mary's Lullaby ~ Wince Coles (V)

No Change In Me ~ Murray McLauchlin & Ron Hynes (V)

Out From St Leonard's ~ Gary Driscoll

Red Is The Rose ~ Traditional (Vx2)

Somebody Somewhere

Summer In Your Eyes ~ Dermot Henry

Turn Up The Radio

Without You

Biographical Notes

The Ennis Sisters, Maureen, Karen and Teresa, were born and raised in St John's, NL. They are an Irish-style folk group made up of three real sisters. All three are gifted singers, as well as musicians. Maureen is a guitarist and songwriter. Karen plays both tin whistle and flute and performs step dancing. Teresa also step-dances and plays the bodhran. By the time the sisters were in their early twenties, their group had already recorded a few albums, completed a television Christmas special and signed with a major label.

Maureen, Karen, and Teresa were raised on traditional Irish songs. They began performing for family and friends, and then landing local gigs in pubs. Festivals and touring followed, fans increasing with each energetic performance. In 1997 they recorded their first album, Red Is The Rose. The album's excellent debut made the music world take notice and earned the sisters the MIA (Music Industry Association) Folk Album of the Year Award. The next year found them adding Female Artists of the Year and Group of the Year awards to their growing list of accomplishments. In 1998, a sophomore album, Christmas on Ennis Road, appeared in time to warm holiday hearts. The joyful album also landed Maureen, Karen, and Teresa their own Christmas Special on CBC television, giving them the chance to reach an entirely new fan base.




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