- Category : Singer - Popular
- Type : GE
- Profile : 4/6 - Opportunistic / Role Model
- Definition : Split - Small (10,14,29)
- Incarnation Cross : RAX Penetration 1
American noted family, a member of the four singing Lennon Sisters. They made their debut on the "Lawrence Welk Show" in December 1955 and starred there for 12 years.
In 1964 she married the band's trumpet player, Dick Cathcart, and together they had nine children. Dick passed away in 1993 and she and the children miss him badly.
The sisters will perform together twice a day to a new generation of fans, looking pretty good in their 50s In 1989 Lawrence Welk's son Larry Jr. made them an offer for early 1994 which they accepted on the provision that they could bring their families on board. With agreement all around, 27 family members moved to the Lawrence Welk Resort Center in Branson, Missouri where they perform six days a week. The original four are joined onstage by four younger women in the family, their sons work on the crew and three brothers do a breakfast show in the Welk Stagedoor Canteen. The whole tribe are buying residences in Branson.