“Twin sisters from P.E.I. continuing family’s musical legacy.” -CBC news March 24 2017
Ava & Lily Rashed are 16-yr-old twins from Charlottetown Prince Edward Island who are set to take up the torch in a long-time family music tradition. Their great grandfather was Country Hall of famer Charlie Chamberlain from Don Messer and the Islanders, and their father, David Rashed, the keyboardist for platinum-selling band Haywire.
In the spring of this year, one of the the girls video’s on instagram caught the eye of a casting agent from Los Angeles and they were asked to be one of 30 participants on Nickelodeon’s new talent show America’s Most Musical Family.
As multi-instrumentalists, the talented pair have guitar, piano and fiddle covered. Their unique voices are perfect compliments of one another having spent years in classical voice lessons.
The pair released their first studio album in 2018. All songs are written, co-produced and
performed by the two sisters. It is available on Spotify, Apple Music and Itunes. Constantly
writing new material, Ava and Lily are in the studio recording this March.
Local group STRUM joins multi-award winning groups Gordie MacKeeman and his Rhythm Boys and The New Customs for an exciting night of fiddle, dance, and song