The Ennis Brothers are a multi-award winning Country & Irish music duo built around the melodic harmonies of twin brothers Matthew and Owen Ennis. They grew up listening to the timeless country sound of their grandparents favourite artist, The Everly Brothers. It was this early experience with country music which would go on to help shape Matt and Owens sound. They both started writing songs and learning guitar in their teens. Aged 15, they performed on television on a show called 'Class Act' on RTE singing one of their favourite Everly Brothers songs 'Bye Bye Love'.
Since supporting Nathan Carter as part of his concert tour in 2018, The Ennis Brothers have gone from strength to strength performing all over the world and even sharing stages with Irish country music stars Daniel O’Donnell, Nathan Carter and Derek Ryan to name a few. The Ennis Brothers have released 7 singles to date, all of which have went straight in at #1 on the Irish iTunes chart. Their original song ‘Goodbye Dawn’ which was co-written with Derek Ryan boasts over 250,000 streams on spotify and their latest single ‘Star Of The County Down’ currently has over 180,000 streams on Spotify.
In January 2020 they won the award for ‘BEST NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR’ at the Sunday World Country Music awards. That same year appeared as part of the Late Late Show Country Special on RTE performing with The Three Amigos. In 2021 The Ennis Brothers featured on TG4's 'Opry Le Daniel' performing a special duet with Daniel O'Donnell singing 'Wake Up Little Susie'. March 2022 the brothers sang alongside Margo O’Donnell and a host of stars on the Late Late Show Country Special as Margo was inducted into the Irish Country Music Hall Of Fame.
The Ennis Brothers are currently on a European and World Tour with International Irish dance show 'Rhythm Of The Dance' as guest stars. The tour will see The Ennis Brothers perform all over Europe and America in 2023 and 2024. The brothers will visit Italy, Greece, Serbia, Spain, Poland, Holland and Germany over the coming months along with a Christmas show special touring America in November and December.