THE LENNON SISTERS
ARCHIVE TREASURES VOLUME 1:
LIVE IN BOSTON (1962)
The Lennon Sisters named to 2022 The Great American Songbook Hall of Fame. Honored for contributions to popular music. Visit the Great American Songbook Foundation for more.
The Lennon Sisters are one of the most admired and longest-performing female vocal groups in American music history marking 67 years since their television debut in 1955 as children on The Lawrence Welk Show. Growing up in the public eye with their weekly television performances, the sisters rose to fame as acclaimed recording artists and vibrant live performers throughout the nation.
They've recorded more than 20 albums and over 100 singles. They have a star on the world-famous Hollywood Walk of Fame, are inductees in the National Vocal Group Hall of Fame and memorabilia chronicling their career is on view at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History in Washington D.C.
Following the retirement of sisters Peggy in 1999 and Dianne in 2001, the current performing sisters are original group members Kathy and Janet Lennon and their younger sister Mimi.
"LOVE IN A HOME"
"ANYONE WHO HAD A HEART"
"SAME SONG, SEPARATE VOICES" (2011)
TV SPECIAL PROMO
WITH JANET"S GRANDDAUGHTERS
"SOPHISTICATED LADY" (1996)
"ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE" (1970)
WITH MEL TORME
"RAIN MEDLEY" (1969)
WITH THE OSMONDS
"WATCH WHAT HAPPENS" (1969)
"TONIGHT YOU BELONG TO ME" (1956)
The Official Lennon Sisters International Fan Club has been in operation continuously since 1979. As a valued member you’ll receive two annual printed fan club journals filled with rare current and classic photographs, and personal reflections from the Lennon Sisters themselves and their family members. You’ll also receive the latest news about the Lennon Family while enjoying the reminiscences of long-time fans. For more information and to join please contact Diane Butler firstname.lastname@example.org