The Carroll Sisters
The Carroll Sisters are a lively Celtic fiddle band from Connecticut, including Emilie (16), Nora (14), and Sammy (18). They are most known for their lively fiddle tunes, beautiful harmonies, intriguing counterpoints, and unique musical arrangements in Irish, Scottish, and Cape Breton traditional music. They have shared their music in intimate settings like pubs, farms, and house concerts, as well as at larger events like Sober St. Patrick’s Day in New York City and the Boston Celtic Music Festival. The Carroll Sisters’ debut album, Daybreak, reveals both their old soul connection to the Celtic tradition and their youthful energy and creative arrangements. The album is certainly enhanced by the artful collaboration with their musical mentors including John Whelan, their producer and beloved teacher, their fiddle teacher Jeanne Freeman, Dylan Foley, Conor Hearn, Katie McNally, and Neil Pearlman.
“What a beautiful album by The Carroll Sisters! I love their playing, their arranging, and the gorgeous tunes they’ve chosen for this, their debut… One can hear the joy in their music! Bravo!!” –Liz Carroll (no relation)