The Lennon Sisters
Having performed for many years at The Andy Williams Christmas Show with the Osmonds, the Lennon Sisters are happy to perform in their own show along the lines of what people saw on television when the group first began, including some Broadway standards and several other songs that have meant so much to listeners over the years. This two-hour show features videos of the group throughout the years, and Janet Lennon's granddaughters sing and dance with the trio. Enjoy solos and traditional group songs as the performance showcases how delightfully the Lennon Sisters still perform today.
America first fell in love with the Lennon Sisters as the 'girls next door' when for t13 years, they performed on The Lawrence Welk Show, where they were dubbed America's Sweethearts of Song. The sisters Dianne, Peggy, Kathy, and Janet captured the hearts of the nation with their sweet-voiced harmonies, their extraordinary vocal talents, their hardworking professionalism, their striking beauty, their unassuming personalities, and their strong family values.
Finding overnight success as television stars, The Lennon Sisters rose to fame as recording artists, best-selling authors, and live performers in theaters, nightclubs, and major performing arts centers through the United States, where they continue to captivate audiences with their legendary harmonies to this day. Today, the group consists of Kathy, Janet, and Mimi Lennon, who joined the group in 1999 when Peggy retired.
During the November/December season The Lennon Sisters perform at the Andy Williams Performing Arts Center.