The Henry Girls are sisters Karen, Lorna and Joleen McLaughlin from Donegal in Ireland. They named their trio for their grandfather, and The Henry Girls have been making music and touring since 2003. All three sisters studied music and are well-founded in traditional Irish music, which they temper elegantly with elements of country, bluegrass, world and americana. Three talented multi-instrumentalists, they master violin, ukulele, banjo, guitar, mandolin and piano, not forgetting their singing voices, which blend melifluously in a harmonic entity. Here you have the sound of proud Irish traditions and the finest bluegrass phrasing. The Henry Girls’ first album, Between Us, was released in 2003. Their most recent effort is Far Beyond The Stars, from 2017. The trio have earned enormous success in USA, where they have toured extensively. The Henry Girls have collaborated with Dónal Lunny and Moya Brennan and appear on Mary Black’s album Stories From The Steeples. Their only Danish festival concert in 2020.