We are The Rockabellas - today's answer to The Andrews Sisters.
With killer heels, killer curves and killer harmonies, we have been called to the musical front line to lift the spirits of ladies and gentlemen all over the world with our unrivalled vintage vocals, recognised at the coveted National Vintage Awards.
Combining stunning close harmony vocals with bespoke big band arrangements, cute choreography and top to toe pin up couture, we serve up a perfectly nostalgic repertoire featuring toe-tapping tunes from wartime songbirds and swing sensations or for a more quirky take on the bygone years, allow us to perform modern day pop from the likes of Kylie, The Beatles and even Beyonce, all of which we have beaten into submission with our retro sticks! Our debut originals album 'Bring it Back' offers an ecclectic serving of all of that, and then some!
Whether it's a renowned retro joint (The Pigalle, Troxy, Café De Paris), a large corporate affair (Orange, British Airways, Sainsbury's, Nespresso), a huge public event (the official Queen's Jubilee Family Festival, The FA Cup Final, Epsom Ladies Day, The Battle Proms), a TV appearance (BBC's Ruth Jones Easter Special), a military engagement (Sandhurst HQ, Catterick Garisson, National Armed Forces Week) or a private party (Mr & Mrs X from no. 5!), we have certainly been there, done it and worn the pencil skirt!
Or indeed the full military uniform, sailorette costumes, hot pink peep toes, ladybird polkadots, jubilee pin ups or cherry print swing dresses! Yes, our wardrobe is bursting with stunning pin up outfits to suit your party to a tee!
We tailormake each and every playlist to suit the nature/theme of the event and you can even handpick your faves from our extensive repertoire to ensure the entertainment is exactly what you had in mind.
And whether you opt for unaccompanied walkabout sets, a cabaret set with our bespoke backing tracks, or a full stage show with The Rockafellas, our very own 9-16pc big band, our philosophy is very simple:
"It Don't Mean A Thing If It Aint Got That Swing!"