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The Lady Sings Vintage

Vintage Singer based in North Yorkshire

Price from £349
Performing the hits of the 30s, 40s, 50s & 60s, The Lady Sings Vintage will delight and enchant your guests with her stunning vocals, bubbly personality and superb song selections!
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1930s
A-Tisket, A-Tasket – Ella Fitzgerald (1938)
Bei Mir Bist Du Schön – The Andrews Sisters (1938)
Blue Moon – Various (1934)
Change Partners – Fred Astaire from 'Carefree' (1938)
Cheek To Cheek – Fred Astaire from 'Top Hat' (1935)
Dream A Little Dream Of Me – Various (1931)
Embraceable You – Various (1930)
Falling In Love Again – Marlene Dietrich (1930)
Goody, Goody – Helen Ward (1936)
Honeysuckle Rose – Thomas 'Fats' Waller (1934)
I'm In The Mood For Love – Vera Lynn (1935)
It's A Sin To Tell A Lie – Various (1936)
It's De-lovely – Various (1936)
It's Only A Paper Moon – Various (1933)
Let's Face The Music & Dance – Fred Astaire from 'Follow The Fleet' (1936)
Night & Day – Fred Astaire (1932)
On The Sunny Side Of The Street – Various (1930)
Over The Rainbow – Judy Garland from 'The Wizard Of Oz' (1939)
Pennies From Heaven – Bing Crosby (1936)
The Glory Of Love – Various (1936)
The Lambeth Walk – from 'Me & My Girl' (1937)
The Very Thought Of You – Billie Holiday (1938)
The Way You Look Tonight – Fred Astaire from 'Swing Time' (1936)
Them There Eyes – Billie Holiday (1939)
These Foolish Things – Billie Holiday (1936)
They All Laughed – Ginger Rogers from 'Shall We Dance?' (1937)
Top Hat, White Tie & Tails – Fred Astaire from 'Top Hat' (1935)
What A Little Moonlight Can Do – Billie Holiday (1935)
You Are My Sunshine – Various (1939)
You Made Me Love You (Dear Mr. Gable) – Judy Garland from 'Broadway Melody of 1938' (1937)
Zing! Went The Strings Of My Heart – Judy Garland (1939)

1940s
WW2 Songs (1939-1945)
A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square – Vera Lynn (1941)
Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy – The Andrews Sisters (1941)
Chattanooga Choo Choo – Glenn Miller (1941)
Coming In On A Wing And A Prayer – Anne Shelton (1943)
Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree – The Andrews Sisters (1942)
Gracie Fields Medley (Lay Down Your Arms/ Sing As We Go/ It's A Long Way To Tipperary/ Pack Up Your Troubles/ She's A Lassie From Lancashire/ Sally/ Now Is The Hour) – Gracie Fields
I'll Be Seeing You – Vera Lynn
I'll Be With You In Apple Blossom Time – Anne Shelton
In The Mood – The Andrews Sisters (1940)
It's A Lovely Day Tomorrow – Vera Lynn (1940)
Land Of Hope & Glory – Vera Lynn
Let's Have Another One – The Andrews Sisters (1940)
Lili Marlene – Anne Shelton (1944)
Moonlight Serenade – Glenn Miller (1939)
Now Is The Hour – Vera Lynn
Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh! - The Andrews Sisters (1939)
Pub Sing-along Medley (Here We Go/ Roll Out The Barrel/ Pack Up Your Troubles/ It's A Long Way To Tipperary/ Knees Up Mother Brown/ Roll Out The Barrel) – Various
Rum & Coca Cola – The Andrews Sisters (1945)
The Anniversary Waltz – Vera Lynn (1941)
There'll Always Be An England – Vera Lynn (1939)
(There'll Be Blue Birds Over) The White Cliffs Of Dover – Vera Lynn (1942)
This Is The Army, Mr. Jones – Irving Berlin (1943)
Wartime Favourites Medley (Bless 'Em All/ The Washing On The Siegfried Line/ Kiss Me Goodnight Sergeant Major) – Vera Lynn
We'll Meet Again – Vera Lynn (1939)
When The Lights Go On Again – Vera Lynn (1942)
Who's Taking You Home Tonight? – Vera Lynn (1939)
Wish Me Luck – Gracie Fields (1939)

Other Popular Songs of the 1940s
Ac-cent-tchu-ate The Positive – Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters (1944)
All Of Me – Billie Holiday (1941)
As Time Goes By – Dooley Wilson from 'Casablanca' (1942)
Bewitched, Bothered & Bewildered – Doris Day (1949)
Don't Get Around Much Anymore – Duke Ellington (1942)
Easter Parade – Judy Garland from 'Easter Parade' (1948)
Fools Rush In – Frank Sinatra (1940)
God Bless The Child – Billie Holiday (1942)
I Got Rhythm – Judy Garland (1943)
It Had To Be You – Betty Hutton (1944)
It's Magic – Doris Day from 'Romance On The High Seas' (1948)
Sentimental Journey – Doris Day (1944)
Swinging On A Star – Bing Crosby (1944)
That Ole Devil Called Love – Billie Holiday (1944)
The Trolley Song – Judy Garland from 'Meet Me In St. Louis' (1944)
Why Don't You Do Right? – Peggy Lee (1943)

1950s
A Guy Is A Guy – Doris Day (1952)
A Teenager In Love – Marty Wilde (1959)
All I Have To Do Is Dream – The Everly Brothers (1958)
Bell Bottom Blues – Alma Cogan (1954)
Beyond The Sea – Bobby Darin (1959)
By The Light Of The Silvery Moon – Doris Day (1953)
Carolina Moon – Connie Francis (1958)
Catch A Falling Star – Perry Como (1957)
Come Fly With Me – Frank Sinatra (1958)
Cry Me A River – Julie London (1955)
Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend – Marilyn Monroe from 'Gentlemen Prefer Blondes' (1953)
Dream Lover – Bobby Darin (1959)
Dreamboat – Alma Cogan (1955)
Every Time We Say Goodbye – Ella Fitzgerald (1956)
Everybody Loves A Lover – Doris Day (1958)
Fever – Peggy Lee (1958)
High Hopes – Frank Sinatra (1959)
I Could Write A Book – Ella Fitzgerald (1956)
I Get A Kick Out Of You – Frank Sinatra (1953)
I Love Paris – Ella Fitzgerald (1956)
I Wanna Be Loved By You – Marilyn Monroe from 'Some Like It Hot' (1959)
Johnny One Note – Ella Fitzgerald (1956)
Let's Do It – Ella Fitzgerald (1956)
Lipstick On Your Collar – Connie Francis (1959)
Little Things Mean A Lot – Kitty Kallen (1954)
Love & Marriage – Frank Sinatra (1955)
Love Me Tender – Elvis Presley (1956)
Mack The Knife – Bobby Darin (1959)
Mockin' Bird Hill – Patti Page (1951)
My Baby Just Cares For Me – Nina Simone (1958)
My Romance – Ella Fitzgerald (1956)
Nice Work If You Can Get It – Sarah Vaughan (1950)
Oh, What A Beautiful Mornin' – from 'Oklahoma' (1955)
Oh! Carol – Neil Sedaka (1959)
Old Cape Cod – Patti Page (1957)
On The Street Where You Live – Vic Damone from 'My Fair Lady' (1956)
Pillow Talk – Doris Day from 'Pillow Talk' (1959)
Que Sera, Sera – Doris Day (1956)
Rock Around The Clock – Bill Haley & His Comets (1954)
Secret Love – Doris Day from 'Calamity Jane' (1953)
Singin' In The Rain – Gene Kelly from 'Singin' In The Rain' (1952)
Smile – Nat King Cole (1954)
Some Enchanted Evening – from 'South Pacific' (1958)
Splish Splash – Bobby Darin (1958)
Stupid Cupid – Connie Francis (1958)
Sweet Nothin's – Brenda Lee (1959)
Teacher's Pet – Doris Day from 'Teacher's Pet' (1958)
That's Amore – Dean Martin (1953)
The Black Hills Of Dakota – Doris Day from 'Calamity Jane' (1953)
The Deadwood Stage – Doris Day from 'Calamity Jane' (1953)
The Folks Who Live On The Hill – Peggy Lee (1957)
The Lady Is A Tramp – Ella Fitzgerald (1956)
This Can't Be Love – Ella Fitzgerald (1956)
Three Coins In A Fountain – Doris Day (1958)
Too Young – Nat King Cole (1951)
What A Difference A Day Made – Dinah Washington (1959)
When I Fall In Love – Nat King Cole (1957)
Why Do Fools Fall In Love – Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers (1956)
Witchcraft – Frank Sinatra – (1957)
You Make Me Feel So Young – Frank Sinatra (1956)
Young Love – Tab Hunter (1957)

1960s
Ain't That A Kick In The Head – Dean Martin (1960)
At Last – Etta James (1960)
Be My Baby – The Ronettes (1963)
Bobby's Girl – Susan Maughan (1962)
Breaking Up Is Hard To Do – Neil Sedaka (1962)
Can't Take My Eyes Off You – Andy Williams (1968)
Calendar Girl – Neil Sedaka (1961)
Crazy – Patsy Cline (1961)
Da Doo Ron Ron – The Crystals (1963)
Dedicated Follower Of Fashion – The Kinks (1966)
Downtown – Petula Clark (1964)
Edelweiss – from 'The Sound Of Music' (1965)
Everybody's Somebody's Fool – Connie Francis (1960)
Feeling Good – Nina Simone (1965)
Fly Me To The Moon – Frank Sinatra (1964)
How Do You Do It? - Gerry & The Pacemakers (1963)
I Left My Heart In San Francisco – Tony Bennett (1962)
I'm Beginning To See The Light – Bobby Darin (1962)
I'm Into Something Good – Herman's Hermits (1964)
It Might As Well Rain Until September – Carole King (1962)
L-O-V-E – Nat King Cole (1964)
Lazy River – Bobby Darin (1961)
Let There Be Love – Nat King Cole (1961)
Let's Jump The Broomstick – Brenda Lee (1961)
Misty – Ella Fitzgerald (1960)
Moon River – Audrey Hepburn (1961)
Move Over, Darling – Doris Day from 'Move Over, Darling' (1963)
My Guy – Mary Wells (1964)
My Way – Frank Sinatra (1968)
(Theme From) New York, New York – Frank Sinatra
Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps – Doris Day (1964)
Robot Man – Connie Francis (1960)
Runaway – Del Shannon (1961)
Sailor – Petula Clark (1961)
Son Of A Preacher Man – Dusty Springfield (1968)
Strangers In The Night – Frank Sinatra (1966)
Summer Wind – Frank Sinatra (1966)
That's Life – Frank Sinatra (1966)
The Sound Of Music – Julie Andrews from 'The Sound Of Music' (1965)
The Wonder Of You – Elvis Presley (1970)
They Can't Take That Away From Me – Frank Sinatra (1962)
There's A Kind Of Hush – Herman's Hermits (1967)
True Love Ways – Buddy Holly (1960)
Under The Boardwalk – The Drifters (1964)
Walk Right Back – The Everly Brothers (1961)
Walking Back To Happiness – Helen Shapiro (1961)
What A Wonderful World – Louis Armstrong (1967)
Where The Boys Are – Connie Francis (1961)
Will You Love Me Tomorrow – The Shirelles (1961)
You're My World – Cilla Black (1964)

Christmas Songs
Auld Lang Syne – Traditional
Christmas Medley - (Good King Wenceslas/ We Three Kings/ The Holly & The Ivy) - Traditional
Do You Hear What I Hear? - Bing Crosby (1963)
Frosty The Snowman – Ella Fitzgerald (1960)
Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas – Judy Garland from 'Meet Me In St. Louis' (1944)
I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus – The Ronettes (1963)
It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas – Bing Crosby (1951)
Jingle Bell Rock – Brenda Lee (1964)
Jingle Bells – Various
Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow – Dean Martin (1959)
Mary's Boy Child – Harry Belafonte (1956)
Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree – Brenda Lee (1958)
Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer – Bing Crosby (1950)
Santa Baby – Eartha Kitt (1953)
Santa Claus Is Coming To Town – Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters (1943)
Silent Night – Bing Crosby (1935)
Silver Bells – Doris Day (1964)
The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire) – Nat King Cole (1961)
When A Child Is Born – Johnny Mathis (1976)
White Christmas – Bing Crosby from 'Holiday Inn' (1942)
Winter Wonderland – The Ronettes

 

 

  • A talented singer with a rich, expressive voice that really does hark back to a bygone age!
  • Extensive repertoire of golden hits from the 30s, 40s, 50s & 60s!

Line up:

Default lineup: 1 performer

Solo singer + high quality backing tracks.

Highlights
* A talented singer with a rich, expressive voice that really does hark back to a bygone age!
* Extensive repertoire of golden hits from the 30s, 40s, 50s & 60s!
* Wealth of experience performing at numerous weddings and private parties across the UK!

Influenced by legendary vocalists of the past, this talented singer possesses a rich, expressive voice that really does hark back to a bygone age.

A real treat for vintage music fans and a talent not to be missed!

With an extensive repertoire of golden hits from the 30s, 40s, 50s & 60s, 'The Lady Sings Vintage' brings the music of yesteryear to life! She is a great choice for all kinds of events and occasions including weddings, birthday parties, anniversary celebrations, ww2 themed events, corporate functions – or any other event requiring vintage themed musical entertainment!

'The Lady Sings Vintage' has a great passion for the music that she performs, and this passion stems back to her childhood when she first discovered artistes such as Doris Day and Judy Garland through watching their classic musicals on TV.

Always destined for a career in music, 'The Lady Sings Vintage' began music lessons on the electronic organ at the age of ten and started singing lessons soon afterwards. She began her professional singing career after graduating with a honours degree in music in 2002, and has since worked for some of the countries leading holiday companies and more recently as a solo entertainer travelling to venues and events all over the UK!

'The Lady Sings Vintage' covers many styles of music including:

- Jazz Standards
- Swing & Big Band
- The Great American Songbook
- 1940s Wartime Classics
- Easy Listening
- Vintage Pop
- Rock 'n' Roll
- Movie Songs

'The Lady Sings Vintage' will tailor a unique programme of music for your event. You can request songs from a specific era and/or musical style, or choose a general vintage theme. The client is very welcome to select some or all of the songs that she sings, just take a look at her extensive repertoire and make your selections!

Please note: The Lady Sings Vintage does not provide lighting.

 

 

 

Choose one of the following performance options when you hire The Lady Sings Vintage from Alive Network

  • 2 x 45 minutes £0
  • 3 x 40 minutes Add £120