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11:30 was a Canadian dance-pop duo from Montreal that consisted of identical twin sisters Toni and Trish Sherwood (born in 1980; the 11:30 refers to their birthdate, November 30). In 2000, the siblings scored a top 10 Canadian hit with "Olè Olè", written and produced by their father, Dorian Sherwood, known for his vocal work on stage and on recordings for artists such as Celine Dion, Lara Fabien, Robert Palmer, Corey Hart and many more.
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