The Lennon Sisters Celebrate 55 Years in Show Business
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The last date listed for The Lennon Sisters was Sunday February 6, 2011 / 1:00pm.
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An all-American favorite, Grease follows the '50s romance of innocent ingenue Sandy and bad-boy greaser Danny Zuko in their senior year at Rydell High. Danny believes their hot summer fling is over ... until Sandy unexpectedly enrolls at Rydell. The hit 1978 movie starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John quickly became a musical phenomenon with catchy sing-along tunes like "Summer Nights," "Beauty School Dropout," "We Go Together" and "Greased Lightning," and this family-friendly live version remains a perennial favorite. Join Sandy, Danny, Rizzo, Kenickie and the rest of the gang, and discover why Grease is most definitely the word this summer. Learn More
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Featured review from Bernadette Y. Stratton
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First, thank you for the opportunity to purchase my ticket at a reduced rate. I was concerned about my seat location because of being discounted but it worked out fine. I really enjoyed the performance and look forward to attending future shows. Again, thank you.
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It was as if we were visiting with the Lennon Sisters in their living room. They were personal, professional, and their sound was just like it was in the days of the Lawrence Welk Show on TV. We thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon performance.
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The Lennon Sisters sing harmony from their hearts with musical memories from their 55 years as America’s Sweethearts of Song.
The Lennon Sisters made their debut on The Lawrence Welk Show on Christmas Eve 1955 after their school classmate, Larry Welk, brought them to the attention of his father — Lawrence Welk. They were a mainstay on the show until they left to start a career of their own in 1968.
Their first hit, “Tonight, You Belong to Me” reached to #15 on the charts in 1956. This was followed by their 1961 single, “Sad Movies (Make Me Cry).”