The Hayes Sisters In Concert Tickets | Black Dyke Mills Heritage Venue Queensbury, Bradford  | Sat 5th October 2019 Lineup

The Hayes Sisters In Concert tickets

Black Dyke Mills Heritage Venue in Queensbury, Bradford

Saturday 5th October 2019

7:30pm til 10:00pm

No age restrictions

Stunning harmonies from three Manchester based sisters

 
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The Hayes Sisters In Concert on Saturday 5th October 2019

Take three girls. Name them Cathryn, Angela and Jennifer. Bring them up in a home where someone is always singing. Listen to them start to sing in harmony from a very young age. Realise that nature has blessed them with rather beautiful voices. Give them a guitar. Discover that they have a natural musical ability. Mix together; and you have a promising musical trio – “The Hayes Sisters”.

Three young teenagers start to make a name for themselves in local pubs and clubs; reality intervenes… They go off to Uni; start families – do the serious grown up stuff! They pursue careers in different cities, in different fields; in teaching, nursing, and acting (you may have seen Jen (Stage name – Jennifer Hennessy) in The Office, Coronation Street, Doctor Who, and lots more; in fact, she appears soon as Mrs Cratchit in the BBC’s new epic serial, “Dickensian”)

They decide to “have another go” at the music…And then they’re back together on stage; appearing at festivals and gigs across the North West.

They are spotted by Nashville–based, Clive Gregson; one of the most-respected names in the music industry. And things go from there…The Hayes Sisters soon have a producer; and an album in the making.

Music Genres: 

Acoustic, Folk

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