A Few of our Finest Singers and Players H to Z
The Murray Sisters grew up in Placentia. These very musical siblings — Anne-Marie, Elizabeth, Elaine and Margie — performed in the Kiwanis Music Festival and were seen regularly on CJON TV.

They were featured at community concerts and were the highlight of special celebrations like the 300th Anniversary of Placentia.

Anne-Marie left home at 16 to study at the Royal Conservatory of Music affiliated with the University of Toronto. After her student days, she taught and went on to record with the CBC and Radio Canada International. Anne Marie has maintained a strong interest in popular music and has held fast to her Celtic roots.

She has traveled in many countries of the world, and discovered the joy of performing, and the fulfillment of writing. Anne-Marie is also the founder of Avalon Publishing.

The Murray Sisters' Songs
The Gypsy Song. An old favourite by The Murray Sisters recorded at CJON in 1957 when Anne-Marie was 14, Elizabeth was 13, Elaine was 11 and Margie was 7.
From Songs: Anne-Marie Murray. 2010
A Place in My Heart. A song to an absent lover.
The Streets of Old St. John's. Her greatest hit is about the capital city.
I Carry the Homeland Within Me. For when you can't go home any more.
The Tara Songs. Irish aires that remind her of her father.