EVEN people with the highest expectations of Saturday's Federal Park Party would have been amazed at the incredible musical performance put on by three young sisters - aged only 16, 14, and 10.

Cecelia, Bridget and Monica Brandolini, daughters of respected Byron High music teacher Phillip Brandolini, confirmed their prodigious talent at the party, entertaining the crowd with beautiful harmonies and folksy playing.

The band even performed some original music, including a beautiful song written by the troupe's youngest member - Je Suis En Retard, a song about missing a birthday party.

Three of the songs from the Saturday performance were caught on film and posted to YouTube by gifted amateur photographer and part-owner of Lismore's PowerMax Computers, Alex Clarke.

This was not Cecelia, Bridget and Monica's first performance at the Federal Park Party either. In previous years, Three Little Sisters have entered, and won, the party's busking competition. However, this year they graduated to the main stage.


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