Chenille Sisters

Chenille Sisters

Chenille Sisters

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The Chenille Sisters, an American contemporary folk band, includes singer Grace Morand, guitarist and songwriter Connie Huber, and singer/songwriter Cheryl Dawdy. They formed in 1985, when Dawdy joined Morand and Huber, who had been performing together at The Old Town in Ann Arbor, Michigan.


  • The Chenille Sisters (1986)
  • At Home with the Chenille Sisters (1989)
  • 1,2,3 for Kids (children's album) (1990)
  • Mama I Wanna Make Rhythm (1991)
  • The Big Picture and Other Songs for Kids (children's album) (1992)
  • Whatcha Gonna Swing Tonight (with the James Dapogny Chicago Band) (1992)
  • True to Life (1994)
  • Haute Chenille: A Retrospective (1995)
  • Teaching Hippopotami To Fly (children's album) (1996)
  • In the Christmas Spirit (2000)
  • Room to Breathe (2002)
  • May I Suggest (2006)

External links

  • Official Web Site
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