As of 2015, The Lennon Sisters continue to tour the country, performing an annual Christmas show at the Andy Williams Moon River Theatre in Branson, Missouri. Following Dee Dee's retirement, the group now performs as a t... More »

The Lennon Sisters are an American singing group that includes four out of the eleven Lennon children. Dianne, Peggy, Kathy and Janet made their debut on the "Welk Christmas Television Show" in 1955 at the respective age... More »

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The Lennon Sisters, a harmonic quartet of siblings, made their debut appearance on "The Lawrence Welk Show" on Dec. 24, 1955, with an a cappella version of the song "He." The group became an instant sensation, and Welk b... More »

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The Lennon Sisters, a harmonic quartet of siblings, made their debut appearance on "The Lawrence Welk Show" on Dec. 24, 1955, with an a cappella version of the song "He." The group became an instant sensation, and Welk b... More »

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The Lennon Sisters are an American singing group that includes four out of the eleven Lennon children. Dianne, Peggy, Kathy and Janet made their debut on the "Welk Christmas Television Show" in 1955 at the respective age... More »

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"The Lennon Sisters: Same Song, Separate Voices" is available through retailers including Amazon and Barnes & Noble. The book is an autobiographical account of the musical group as told by Janet Lennon and her sisters Di... More »

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Dianne (Dee Dee), Peggy, Kathy and Janet Lennon were born to William and Sis Lennon on Dec. 1, 1939, April 8, 1941, Aug. 2, 1943 and June 15, 1946, respectively. These "American Sweethearts" formed a singing quartet who ... More »

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