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The Browne Sisters & George Cavanaugh have been performing at festivals and concert halls across the United States for over 20 years. Their silvery harmonies, beautiful arrangements, and entertaining personalities have made them one of the most popular Celtic music groups performing today. Their sets always include several rousing numbers and a few traditional and not so traditional ballads, and always a Gaelic song or two. They are known for making any song their own, while still keeping true to the original work.

Sisters Diane, Pamela, and Laura bring powerful lead vocals and haunting harmonies to every song, while Cousin George's strong, unaffected vocals and original guitar style brings a rich and authentic sound to each piece.

They have been called "The folk group for people who thought they didn't like folk music," and have opened for acts such as Andy M. Stewart and shared the stage with the likes of Alex Beaton, Alasdair Fraser, Men of Worth, Seamus Kennedy and Seven Nations.

They have six albums: Silver Darlings, Castle Dangerous, West of Home, Bringing Down the House, Ready for the Storm, and the recently released Miles Through the Night.  They have also lent their talents to many other artists’ recordings in the Scottish and Irish community.

The group can be heard on radio stations across the U.S., the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, the British Broadcasting Corporation, and Scotland's Radio Caithness.