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Sisters use voices for Mom’s cause
Charli and Kelli Griffith, the singing sisters known as 2NTRIGUE have brought together some of the country’s best musical talents for She’s Royal, a concert to raise funds for their ailing mother on August 3.
The duo, known for their foundation work in the genre of island pop with their 2003 hit Tell Meh, have enlisted an eclectic range of performers including Freetown Collective, Collis Duranty, H2O Phlo, R’kardo St’von, John John Francis and pannist Dane Gulston.
A release from the sisters said the show which takes place at The Little Carib Theatre, is to raise funds for medical care for their mother, referred to as “their pillar and foundation,” who is battling cancer. After four years of being in remission from colon cancer, the disease has returned and is now affecting her lungs.
Patrons can expect a good night of music, with the sisters, their guests and a wine and cocktail reception featuring violinist Amanda Manmohan.
For ticket and information about She’s Royal, contact Salene at 684-6559 or Charli at 397-9844.
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