Chenille Sisters wsg Dede and the Dreamers

  • Venue: Hart Middle School
  • Event Date & Time: 9/23/2017 7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
  • Hosted By: Committee to Elect Rob Davidson
Ticket Information

This show/event time has already passed, sorry you can no longer buy tickets for it.

Event Details


(Federal law requires that we use our best efforts to collect and report donor info.  See complete disclaimer below. You may purchase multiple tickets for your own use or to give away. In certain circumstances, we may contact you for more information.)

Father, husband, emergency physician and athlete, Dr. Rob Davidson is running for Congress because West Michigan families deserve healthcare for all, strong public schools, protections from pollution and climate change, and greater economic equality.

The minimum ticket donation is $20. The campaign will gladly accept additional donations through the check out process. 

For more information about Rob and his campaign, please visit his website HERE.

We are excited to have the Chenille Sisters for our headlining performer! 

“...beautifully harmonized repertoire...irreverent, loose humor...plenty of reason to both listen and laugh.” –Washington Post
“ can accurately be said that The Chenille Sisters are one very funny trio of singers.” –Chicago Tribune
“...their sound, reminiscent of the Andrews, Boswell and McGarrigle Sisters, is sublime...they move deftly, with meticulous harmonies, from parody to pastiche to country to folk.” –People Magazine
“The Chenille Sisters...impressed with smooth-as-silk harmonies to support their playful enjoyable bunch.” –Boston Globe
“The Chenilles offered an effervescent vocals...each selection was marked by excellent musicianship.” –Los Angeles Times

A Chenille Sisters performance is a blending of three uniquely gifted souls into a musical phenomenon that’s more poignant, funny and entertaining than any single performer anywhere – and oh, those exquisite harmonies! What these three women have in common are heavenly voices, a lot of witty wisdom and a passion for connecting with their audiences. But as in a constellation, each Chenille shines her own particular kind of light.
Cheryl Dawdy draws on her background as a balladeer to tell stories that shimmer with human emotion, from sorrow to wonder to tenderness – all delivered with a sly smile that slowly grows wider, warming the heart.

With her broad vocal range, Grace Morand can project a powerful note clear to an auditorium’s restrooms. Her performance is as much musical theater as it is singing, with one reviewer inviting the audience to relish the experience of her “silly putty face.”
Connie Huber’s musical acumen is as varied as it is powerful. Her deft guitar playing is a strong element in the musical mix, and her rich vocal presence can transport an audience to places they could otherwise visit only in their dreams.

So while these are very different women with very different histories and experiences, it’s the union of the three that makes them a bona fide force of nature. Their paths first merged and converged on the small stage of an Ann Arbor bistro in 1985. Over the years they’ve crisscrossed the map, amassing tens of thousands of fans young and old. For more information on the Chenille Sister, please visit their website:

Opening the show is Dede & The Dreamers, a Michigan jazz/folk/roots band. Drift the night away to the jazzy sensibilities of Dede and the Dreamers. Described as Ethereal Gypsy music this band will mesmerize you. For more information about this band, check out their Facebook page HERE

All in all, an entertaining and fun evening. We hope you will join us! 

Federal law requires us to use our best efforts to collect and report the name, address, occupation, and employer of individuals whose contribution exceeds $200 in an election cycle.

By purchasing a ticket, you certify that the following statements are true and accurate:

- I am a U.S. Citizen or lawfully admitted permanent resident

- This contribution is made from my personal funds, not from an account maintained by a corporation, labor union, or national bank, and is not being reimbursed by another person or entity.

- I am not a federal government contractor.

The maximum amount an individual may contribute is $2,700 per election. Your contribution (up to $2,700) will be designated for the primary election. The next $2,700 will be designated for the general election.

Contributions to Committee to Elect Rob Davidson are not tax deductible for federal income tax purposes. Contributions from corporations, labor unions, federal contractors, and foreign nationals are prohibited.

Mail: To contribute by mail, please send a personal check made payable to “Committee to Elect Rob Davidson” to:

Committee to Elect Rob Davidson
518 W Savidge Street Suite 3
Spring Lake, MI 49456

Please include your full name, address, email address, occupation and employer in the envelope.