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Ukelele Vocal Duo
This 1920s–1940s Ukulele/Vocal duo specialise in themed events and consist of Lynda (with the vivid voice and rocking wooden ukulele) and Anthony (‘Hot’ virtuoso on the ukulele banjo, faster than Formby with lusty larynx and a fine line in bravura banter). The two of them together have been described as ‘dynamite’ by usually unexcitable observers and ‘perfectly wonderful’ by the more eloquent. The Royal Artillery surrendered to them at Larkhill Barracks one memorable evening of Spitfires and rain, while entire towns still talk of them in awed whispers.
Not necessarily tied to the stage with full PA system, they also do walkabout with their instruments and voices, generating grins and getting toes tapping even if they're inside Doc Martens or size 10 army issue. Lynda also sings soul-stirring ballads (without her uke) and 'songs from the shows' of the 1930s/40s in the style of Peggy Lee, Marilyn Monroe, Judy Garland, Ella Fitzgerald, embracing the music of Cole Porter, George Gershwin and Irving Berlin.
In addition, Lynda is of course also available as a solo artiste in her own right and has extensive experience performing as a 1920s singer, with her repertoire including songs such as 'I Wanna Be Loved By You', 'Let's Face the Music and Dance' and 'The Charleston'.
Too book this impressive duo, speak to our team at Scarlett Entertainment who are always more than happy to help
- Brooklands Motor Museum
- Dave Lee Travis Celebrity House Party; BBC 1 Television
- Goodwood Revival
- Imperial War Museum Duxford
- London Palladium
- National Trust Hughenden Manor and Wimpole Estate
- Onslow Square Residents’ Association
- Radisson Edwardian Hotels
- Savoy Hotel London
- Skylon Restaurant London
- South Devon Railway Major Steam Event
- Thames River 1920s Gatsby Cruises
- Twinwood Festival for the third year running
- 100 Club
- Channel 5 Television
- Downton Abbey Ball Regent's Park London
- Goodwood Revival 2012
- Institute of Contemporary Arts
- National Trust 1920s-1940s Events in particular Clumber Park
- Old Trafford 1940s Dinner and Dance
- Oxford Street
- Savoy Hotel
- Selfridges of Oxford Street London
- Skylon Restaurant London as part of Vintage Goodwood
- Tesco Head Office London Corporate Events
- Twinwood 1940s Festival
- Vintage Hemingway London
- BBC Radio 2
" Very authentic nostalgic voice and act "
" Will be in demand in the corporate sector and cabaret "
Peter Hepple, The Stage
" Wonderful musicality "
Desmond Carrington – BBC Radio 2
" Real talent, very original "
Dave Lee Travis – BBC Radio DJ
" Just a little note to say thank you for Saturday. Your presence in the evening really did make the party and our guests are still talking about how fabulous you are. Now that we have found you we look forward to seeing you and hopefully booking you again. Unique, entertaining and throughly enjoyable. "
Claire, Rob and Mabel