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Vintage Pin-Up Vocal Trio
The fantastic and fun-filled Vintage Pin-Up Vocal Trio will take your guests on a historical musical journey that travels from roaring 1920s, through to the fabulous 1950s. Their glamorous vintage pin-up outfits are totally incredible and they have multiple choices available that could fit into colour schemes or specific themes.
The Vintage Pin-Up Vocal Trio has a really fun and diverse repertoire of toe-tapping swing and Jazz tunes, lyrical loveliness and classy harmonies. During their performance, you can expect to hear the greats from the likes of Fats Waller, Cole Porter, The Andrew Sisters, The Glenn Miller Big Band, Judy Garland, Frank Sinatra and many more. They also have a fantastic collective of festive classics for those warming Christmas events.
This magnificent vocal harmony group can be booked with a pianist, who can deliver a 4th harmony, and even a 3-5 piece a full live band for a lively spectacle. Alternatively, the vocal trio will perform along to backing tracks for events lacking space for a live band.
Made up of three fun-loving ladies from Australia, this vocal harmony group is an excellent choice of live much for themed events, vintage fairs, gala dinners and corporate events. Their vibrant costumes are immediately attention grabbing and their amazing voices win over all audience types.
The Vintage Pin-Ups also offer an Aussie themed show with songs by Australian artists with a vintage twist.
Get in touch with our team at Scarlett Entertainment if you are interested in booking the Vintage Pin-Up Vocal Trio for your event. Our friendly Entertainment Coordinators will be more than happy to help.
- A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square - Vera Lynn (1940’s)
- Always True To You in my Fashion - Cole Porter (1950’s)
- Blow Gabriel Blow - Cole Porter (1930’s)
- Button Up Your Overcoat - Ruth Etting (1920’s)
- Come Fly With Me - Frank Sinatra (1950’s)
- Fly Me to the Moon - Frank Sinatra (1950’s)
- I Get a Kick - Cole Porter (1930’s)
- I’ll Be Seeing You - Vera Lynn (1940’s)
- Johnny One Note - Ella Fitzgerald (1930’s)
- Lullaby Of Broadway - Boswell Sisters (1930’s)
- Skylark - Glenn Miller (1940’s)
- Whatever Lola Wants - Sarah Vaughan (1950’s)
- White Cliffs of Dover - Vera Lynn (1940’s)
- Yes My Darling Daughter - Dinah Shore (1940’s)
- Christmas Eve in Fairyland - Gracie Fields (1950’s)
- Cool Yule - Louis Armstrong (1950’s)
- I'll Be Home For Christmas - Bing Crosby (1940’s)
- Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! - Vaughn Monroe (1940’s)
- O Come All Ye Faithful - Frances Langford (1930’s)
- The Christmas Song - Peggy Lee (1940’s)
- The Little Boy That Santa Claus Forgot - Vera Lynn (1940’s)
- White Christmas - Bing Crosby (1940’s)
- Vintage Christmas Songs:
- Ain’t Misbehavin’ - Fats Waller (1920’s)
- As Time Goes By - Dooley Wilson (1930’s/40’s)
- Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy - Andrew Sisters (1940’s)
- Chattanooga Choo Choo - Glenn Miller (1940’s)
- Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree - Andrew Sisters (1940’s)
- Hit Me With A High Note - Duke Ellington (1940’s)
- In The Mood - Glenn Miller (1940’s)
- I’m Nobody’s Baby - Ruth Etting (1920’s)
- Little Jazz Bird - George Gershwin (1920’s)
- Make It Another Old Fashioned Please - Ethel Merman (1940’s)
- We’ll Meet Again - Vera Lynn (1940’s)
- When I'm Cleaning Windows - George Formby (1930’s)
- Wish Me Luck - Vera Lynn (1940’s)
- Vintage Songs:
- Christmas Island - Andrew Sisters (1940’s)
- Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas - Judy Garland (1940’s)
- I’m Gonna Be Warm This Winter - Connie Francis (1950’s)
- Man With The Bag - Kay Starr (1950’s)
- Silent Night - Lena Horne (1940’s)
- The First Noel - Dinah Shore (1940’s)
- Toyland - Anita Ellis (1940’s)
- Winter Wonderland - (1930’s style)
" Great show, fab material and a really lovely atmosphere! "
" The glamorous pin-up styled outfits and sultry smooth renditions create a vintage feel throughout the night that make it difficult for you not to feel like you’ve gone back a few decades in time...there isn’t anything lacking between the girls on stage or their connection with the audience. A great performance all around, the night is filled with gorgeous tunes and a lot of laughs. "
West End Wilma