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Sweethearts of Swing

with 6 piece band

Sweethearts of Swing

with Backing Tracks

Sweethearts of Swing

with Dancers and Band

Who were the Andrews Sisters:

By the early 1900's, swing music had become the most popular musical style in the U.S.  Three young sisters from Minnesota, The Andrews Sisters, hit the stage and became America's most famous singing trio.   They sold over 100 million records with over 600 tunes, 46 of which reached top 10 status.  That was more than Elvis Presley and the Beatles. They are still to this day the most recorded female group in all of history.  They also starred in 17 movies making them the number one singing group to appear in motion picture history!


 

The Sweethearts of Swing

The best Andrews Sisters Tribute around

USO Shows

Some Holiday Songs

  • Jing Jing-a-Ling
  • Mele Kalikimaka
  • Christmas Island
  • Sleigh Ride
  • Jingle Bells
  • Christmas Tree Angel
  • Hitch a Ride with Santa Claus
  • Merry Christmas Polka 
  • Christmas at Grandmother’s,
  • Here Comes Santa Claus
  • Happy Holidays
  • Let It Snow

Sweethearts of Swing

"Jing-Jing-a-Ling"

(for the Holiday Season)

Sweethearts of Swing

"National Anthem"

Some Quotes:

  • Thank YOU so much.  Working with you has been all my pleasure and I know we'll work together again.  The Sweethearts of Swing took our clients hearts away on July 4.   - Sandi Banister, FOX 5


  • The guests raved about the Sweethearts of Swing singing and loved the personal interaction. A big Bravo Zula for the "Sweethearts of Swing"!   - Whitney, USS Midway entertainment director


  • You “Sweethearts” were absolutely fantastic.  Our ladies loved you!   You were perfect for our theme!!  Thank you, thank you, thank you.  So talented and so lovely. God bless you and continued success.  :)  - Carol LeBeau, Anchor Woman   


  • We had never heard the "Sweethearts" before yesterday.  We were totally impressed!  We knew it would be a cute act and kind of kitsch...what we didn't fully expect was the polish and especially the musicianship.  Really tight harmonies, a little choreography, being in character the whole time.  An awesome show, showing a different side of your huge talent!  A big thank you from your big fans,  - John & Jane


 

​​Who Are We

  • The Sweethearts of Swing are a talented trio of singers who have captured note for note the unique style and harmonies of America's most popular female singing group, The Andrews Sisters. We bring their familiar songs from the era of the wartime years right into the 21st Century in true USO Show fashion. We  have been singing together for over 20 years and genuinely have a great time on stage which transcends to our audiences to create an exciting show and entertainment for your event.  This is a show not to be missed!


What We Offer

  • The most authentic Andrews Sisters tribute show around
  • Strolling with battery powered individual waist band speakers with head set mics with backing tracks on portable speaker
  • Backing tracks show - professionally recorded tracks
  • Backed by our 6 piece band
  • Backed by our full 17 piece big band
  • Meet and Greet with lots of Photo opportunities
  • Great costumes (army, navy, red dresses) and hairstyles of the era
  • The addition of Bing Crosby
  • The addition of a choreographed dance troupe (from 6 - 14 dancers)
  • Stage show from 10 minutes to one hour in length
  • Band can play for dinner and dancing for your entire event
  • Janet can join the band to finish out the evening
  • Professional sound and lighting available
  • Performances for large or small audiences alike
  • Pricing is adjustable 
  • A fabulous time had by one and all! 


Sample Song List

  • Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy
  • Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny
  • Bei Mir Bist Du Shoen
  • Apple Blossom Time
  • Straighten Up and Fly Right
  • Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree
  • Rum and Coca-Cola
  •  Hold Tight
  • Accentuate the Positive
  • Chatanooga Choo Choo
  • Beat Me Daddy
  • Shoo Shoo Baby
  • Lullaby of Broadway
  • House of Blue Lights

Janet Hammer

Sweethearts of Swing

Meet & Greet