Celebrating Lives of Music and Song

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

For a generation of Canadians, the names Sharon and Bram evoke nostalgic memories of childhood. Along with the late Lois Lilienstein, they sold more than three million copies of their 20 albums, produced two hit TV shows, won multiple Juno awards and were inducted into the Order of Canada. Their appeal spans generations and children's entertainers Sharon Hampson and Bram Morrison visit The Agenda to discuss their farewell tour.
Episode:
Cultural Institutions at Risk; Sharon and Bram Say So Long
Aired:
Apr 24, 2019
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