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The Chenille Sisters
Matt Hallowell
The Chenille Sisters

Folk, jazz and humor from iconic Ann Arbor trio.

Originally aired 1/19/12


Folk, jazz and humor from iconic Ann Arbor trio, The Chenille Sisters. Their appealing folk music uses everything from story telling, to humor, to raw emotion to reach their audiences. Listen as the Chenille's showcase their beautiful vocal harmonizing and gifted song-writing. The Chenille Sisters are joined by special guests, The Royal Garden Trio.

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A show by the Chenille Sisters is unlike any other musical act an audience will see elsewhere. The Chenilles are true performers in every sense of the word, connecting with their audience in a way that most artists cannot. The three women use honesty, heartfelt emotion, and humor within their music to relate to their audience over the human experience.

The Chenille Sisters' music covers a wide spectrum of emotions. Whether it's their witty and humorous take on the benefits of being a male on "It's Great to Be a Guy," or the heartfelt "To Miss Someone," written about overcoming the loss of a loved one, The Chenilles find a way to tap into their audiences' emotions.

Grace Morand, Connie Huber, and Cheryl Dawdy have been performing together under the name The Chenille Sisters for over 25 years. The trio first performed together in a small Ann Arbor bistro, and since have spent the last quarter of a century entertaining audiences in Michigan and the rest of the country with their unique musical act.

The Chenille Sisters have released 12 albums, the most recent being May I Suggest, which they released in 2006.

Connie Huber (guitar, vocals), Grace Morand (vocals), Cheryl Dawdy (vocals)


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