The Daisy Belles are an all-singing, all-dancing close harmony trio. Recapturing the songs of The Andrews Sisters.
Showcasing a delightful mix of classic hits from the bygone years and popular modern songs with a unique twist. Dazzling audiences internationally with their intricate harmonies, cute vintage choreography and fun loving flare.
Available to perform at events worldwide with tailor-made show packages.
Vintage vocal harmony group based in the Chesterfield area, specialising in 3 part harmony songs from the swing and wartime era sung with professional backing tracks. We can add a touch of vintage glamour to any event.
Ruby, Rose and Dolly are The Liberty Sisters. They specialise in the beautiful close harmony swing and jazz of The Andrews Sisters. From big event dances to railway carriages - they will perform anywhere. Roving on a train, in the street, on a station platform, back of a truck, a marquee stage or concert hall - they will deliver, and always with three big smiles as they sing.
Based in the South West and happy to travel. Both portable & static sound equipment is available, and their eye-catching GMC truck, Buttercup, is also available as a stage.
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From wartime weekends to jiving “At The Hop”, from the 1930s to the 1980s. Whatever your taste, they can provide the perfect show for you.
The Seatones are a vocal harmony group specialising in 3 part close harmonies, based in the North East of England. With songs and costumes to suit themed events from the 1940s to the 1960s all performed with professional backing tracks.
The Seatones are popular at 1940s events and perform in authentic WAAF World War 2 Uniforms covering songs in true Andrews Sisters style as well as other artists from the era such as Vera Lynn, Glenn Miller and many more!
Swingamathing is a truly 1940’s style, 7 piece swing band. Think of a wartime dance in the local village hall, great swinging tunes; that’s us. Authentic vocals, brass arrangements, vintage clothing all bring the style to your event. Not a backing track in sight!