11:30 was a female dance-pop duo from Montreal, Quebec, Canada that consisted of twin sisters Toni & Trish Sherwood (born on November 30, 1980). Their stage name referred to their birthdate: November 30th.
The twins’ father is Dorian Sherwood, who is known for his on-stage vocal work & was featured on recordings for artists such as Celine Dion, Robert Palmer, Corey Hart and Lara Fabian.
In 2000, 11:30 released their debut single “Olé Olé” (which was written & produced by the girls’ father) which peaked at #10 on the Canadian Singles chart, making it their only chart appearance to date.
During that same year, they released their debut (and only) album “Olé Olé.” It’s unknown how or if the album charted at all.
After that, it seemed as 11:30 faded into obscurity. It’s unknown what the Sherwood sisters are up to these days.
To see the music video for “Olé Olé,” go to: