Carli and Julie Kennedy bring their acoustic Christmas tour to Chilliwack on Dec. 16 for an intimate holiday performance.

Twin Kennedy slides into Chilliwack for holiday performance

They’re back and with bells on: B.C.’s own and CCMA Award nominees Twin Kennedy are hitting the road again to promote their recently released holiday album, A Twin Kennedy Christmas.

With guitar and fiddle in hand, Carli and Julie Kennedy are embarking on their annual acoustic Christmas tour, which stops in Chilliwack on Dec. 16 for an intimate holiday performance.

“Christmas is our favourite time of year,” say the sisters. “It has always been a dream of ours to record a Christmas album.”

After working on the album with some of country music’s best musicians, including the Grammy award-winning group The Time Jumpers, it seems their dream has come true with the release of the album’s lead single, Cold Weather.

And although the twins have been tirelessly touring North America promoting their debut album, It’s a Love Thing, they are ramped up and excited about their latest music endeavor. “We hope to become a part of our fans’ Christmas celebrations every year.”

Known for their flawless harmonies and beautiful instrumentals, A Twin Kennedy Christmas is set to impress fans with its collection of original holiday songs as well as new arrangements of holiday classics.

To help ensure no fan misses a show, Twin Kennedy will be performing twice at Bossini’s: the early show is at 6 p.m., the late show is at 9:30 p.m., and the doors open for dinner and drinks 90-minutes beforehand. Tickets are $15: to book or reserve yours, call 604-792-0744.

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