Bartolo Sisters

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Bartolo Sisters

Bartolo Sisters this trio was formed by the Sisters comes from Mellieħa. All are the daughters of the late famous Singer Sammy Bartolo and former lead singer of New Cuorey.

They are Charlotte Bartolo born on 1975, Nadine Bartolo born on 30 May, 1981 and the younger sister Luisana Bartolo born on 29 January 1987.

They started gaining popularity in 2004 when they put together some of their father’s most popular tracks. They performed at several events and concerts around Malta and Gozo

In 2011, they competed in Konkors Kanzunetta Indipendenza 2011 with the song Liberi written and composed by Philip Vella.

In 2012 Luisana they was involed in main parts in the cast for the film L-Imħabba fuq L-Għolja which was shown in the local cinemas, a musical tribute to her father & New Courey's music.

In May 2012 they went with Mro.Joe Brown Band to performed in tribute concerts in Australia.

Besides that, they also performed with Joe Brown Band, Philip Vella, Big Band Brothers, Mark Spiteri Lucas, Paul Abela and New Courey amongst others.

In Dicember 2013 they also, was involved in the Cd compilation Project Ħelu Bambin with the chirstmans carol O Siġra tal-Milied by Fr.George Ocar Buttigieg and in the launching concert too at the Catholic Insitute at Floriana in the add of Id-Dar Tal-Providenza