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The Rockabellas

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With killer heels, killer curves and killer harmonies, this velvety vocal trio have been called to the musical front line to lift the spirits of ladies and gentlemen all over the world.
 
Combining stunning close harmony vocals with bespoke big band arrangements, cute choreography and top to toe pin up couture, they serve up a perfectly nostalgic mix of toe-tapping tunes from wartime songbirds and swing sensations, right through to modern day pop which they beat into submission with their retro sticks! 
 
Founded in 2009, The Rockabellas are a firm favourite on the corporate circuit with performances for Orange, Twitter, British Airways, Cath Kidston and Nespresso, plus appearances at The Savoy, The Ritz, The Grosvenor and The Dorchester to name but a few. With regular shows for renowned retro joints The Pigalle, Troxy and Café De Paris, they have also graced the stages of The Gordon Craig Theatre and The Leicester Square, London. Last year, the girls took to the pitch at The FA Cup Final and were also seen at Epsom Ladies Day, National Armed Forces Week and Blackpool's Rebellion Festival. This year is no different with even more high profile engagements including Battle Proms concerts at Downton Abbey's Highclere Castle and the official Queen's Diamond Jubilee Family Festival in Hyde Park. With a jingle campaign for mobile phone giant Orange and foreign engagements in Cyprus, Iceland, Greenland, Canada, US and Egypt, The Rockabellas have certainly been there, done that and worn the pencil skirt!!! 
 
 
"Rockabellas you were excellent!! We were extremely impressed and all our gala dinner guests were thoroughly entertained. Your act is fun and very classy and worked so well with our heritage theme. We would highly recommend Rockabellas to anyone!"  October 2014
 
 

Combining stunning close harmony vocals with bespoke big band arrangements, cute choreography and top to toe pin up couture, they are today's answer to The Andrews Sisters and serve up a nostalgic mix of toe-tapping wartime tunes and swing sensations to modern day pop.

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