“Childhood should always
be so much fun"
- Toronto Star
"Delighted kids of all
- Hamilton Spectator
“The cheers are THUNDEROUS! The
public loves them.
They really are Canadian stars”
– Sid Adilman, Toronto Star
June 6th, 2015 Field Trip, Fort York & Garrison Common
Toronto ON More Info
Q: Where is Lois?
A: Lois is fine and still living in Toronto. In 2000 she decided that she had had enough of "the road" and stopped touring and live performing. We are all still in close touch and see each other regularly.
Q: How do I book a Sharon and Bram show?
Q: How do I get Sharon and Bram recordings?
A: Sharon and Bram have not done any recording together since the Sharon, Lois & Bram days. There are lots of SL&B CDs and DVDs available through Casablanca Kids
Q: Where can I find lyrics to my favourite songs?
A. The Casablanca Kids site has published some of our lyrics here.
Q: What does “Skinnamarinky-dinky-dink, skinnamarinky-dinky-doo” really, really mean?
A: Same as “E-I-E-I-O” in “Old MacDonald Had a Farm”.×
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Many thanks to all who inquired!
Come sing with us...
A house concert for ADULTS who remember the Folk Years of the 60's and 70's Saturday 9 May 2015 at 7:30 pm in Thornhill, Ontario.
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Sharon & Bram
Toronto City Council has unanimously passed Councillor Josh Matlow's
motion to name the playground in June Rowlands Park in honour of
Sharon, Lois & Bram.
There will be an opening ceremony in the park, at the
north-west corner of Mount Pleasant and Davisville in North Toronto,
on Saturday 10 May 2014 at 1 pm.
This will be a fun event for families, and a rare opportunity to see and hear Sharon, Lois & Bram together.
There will be singing!
Councillor Josh Matlow is bringing a motion to have the playground in June
Rowlands Park named after the iconic children’s musical trio.
Read the article here
As you may know, our dear friend and partner Lois Lilienstein died on 22 April 2015. We were with her to the end, and we are very sad, as are thousands of people, young and old, who loved her and her music. We have been receiving many messages of condolence and, while we cannot answer them all individually, you must know that we appreciate each and every one of them.
Lois was a great musical and theatrical talent, and not only did she inspire her fans in the audience, she inspired us as well. She was a great partner to work and play with, and we will miss her. And we will keep singing.
Sharon & Bram×