The Lady Sings Vintage

Performing the hits of the 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s & 70s, The Lady Sings Vintage will delight and enchant your guests with her stunning vocals, bubbly personality and superb song selections!

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Set List / Repertoire

The 1930s (and earlier).


A-Tisket, A-Tasket – Ella Fitzgerald (1938)

Ain’t Misbehavin’ – Thomas ‘Fats’ Waller (1929)

Begin The Beguine – Artie Shaw & His Orchestra (1938)

Bei Mir Bist Du Schön – The Andrews Sisters (1938)

Blue Skies – Various (1927)

Button Up Your Overcoat – Ruth Etting (1928)

Can’t Help Lovin’ Dat Man Of Mine – Billie Holiday (1937)

Falling In Love Again – Marlene Dietrich (1930)

It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing) – Ivie Anderson (1932)

Let’s Do It, Let’s Fall In Love – Various (1928)

Makin' Whoopee – Eddie Cantor (1928)

My Man – Billie Holiday (1937)

Night & Day – Billie Holiday (1939)

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)

Shine On, Harvest Moon – Nora Bayes (1908)

Sing As We Go – Gracie Fields (1934)

Someone To Watch Over Me – Various from ‘Oh, Kay!’ (1926)

Stairway To The Stars – Ella Fitzgerald & Her Famous Orchestra (1939)

Summertime – Billie Holiday (1936)

Sweet Georgia Brown – Various (1925)

T'aint What You Do (It's The Way That You Do It) – Ella Fitzgerald (1939)

The Glory Of Love – Various (1936)

The Very Thought Of You – Billie Holiday (1938)

Them There Eyes – Billie Holiday (1939)

Undecided – Ella Fitzgerald (1939)

Walter, Walter (Lead Me To The Alter) – Gracie Fields (1938)

You Are My Sunshine – Various (1939)

You Go To My Head – Billie Holiday (1938)

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)


The 1940s (Including World War Two Songs).


A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square – Vera Lynn (1941)

Ac-cent-tchu-ate The Positive – Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters (1944)

Ain’t Misbehavin’ - Dinah Washington (1947)

All Of Me – Billie Holiday (1941)

As Time Goes By – Dooley Wilson from 'Casablanca' (1942)

Be Like The Kettle And Sing – Vera Lynn (1943)

Bewitched, Bothered & Bewildered – Doris Day (1949)

Blue Moon – Peggy Lee (1946)

Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy – The Andrews Sisters (1941)

Bounce Me Brother With A Solid Four – The Andrews Sisters (1941)

Chattanooga Choo Choo – Glenn Miller / The Andrews Sisters (1941)

Coming In On A Wing And A Prayer – Anne Shelton (1943)

Don't Get Around Much Anymore – Duke Ellington (1942)

Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree – The Andrews Sisters (1942)

Easter Parade – Judy Garland from 'Easter Parade' (1948)

Embraceable You – Billie Holiday (1944)

For Me & My Gal – Judy Garland & Gene Kelly from ‘For Me & My Gal (1942)

God Bless The Child – Billie Holiday (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 Got Rhythm – Judy Garland (1943)

I'll Be Seeing You – Billie Holiday (1944)

I'll Be With You In Apple Blossom Time – Anne Shelton

In The Mood – Glenn Miller / The Andrews Sisters (1940)

It Had To Be You – Betty Hutton (1944)

It's A Lovely Day Tomorrow – Vera Lynn (1940)

It's Magic – Doris Day from 'Romance On The High Seas' (1948)

It’s Only A Paper Moon – Ella Fitzgerald & The Delta Rhythm Boys (1945)

Land Of Hope & Glory – Vera Lynn

Let's Have Another One – The Andrews Sisters (1940)

Lili Marlene – Marlene Dietrich (1944)

Lullaby Of Broadway – The Andrews Sisters (1944)

Moonlight Serenade – Glenn Miller (1939)

My Dreams Are Getting Better All The Time - Doris Day (1945)

Now Is The Hour – Gracie Fields (1948)

On The Atchison, Topeka & The Santa Fe – Judy Garland & The Merry Macs (1945)

Pennsylvania 6-5000 – Glenn Miller / The Andrews Sisters (1940)

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)

Sentimental Journey – Doris Day (1944)

Sing-along Medley (Don't Dilly Dally On The Way/ Deep In The Heart Of Texas/ Pack Up Your Troubles/ It's A Long Way To Tipperary) – Various

Sing-along Medley 2 (Bye Bye Blackbird/ Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home/ Ma! He's Making Eyes at Me/ Oh, You Beautiful Doll/ Alexander's Ragtime Band) – Various

Swinging On A Star – Bing Crosby from 'Going My Way' (1944)

Taking A Chance On Love – Ella Fitzgerald (1940)

That Ole Devil Called Love – Billie Holiday (1944)

The Andrews Sisters Medley (I'll Be With You In Apple Blossom Time / Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree) – The Andrews Sisters

The Anniversary Waltz – Vera Lynn (1941)

The Thing-Ummy Bob (That's Going To Win The War) - Gracie Fields (1942)

The Trolley Song – Judy Garland from 'Meet Me In St. Louis' (1944)

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 / Vera Lynn (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)

Why Don't You Do Right? – Peggy Lee (1943)

Wish Me Luck – Gracie Fields (1939)

Yours – Vera Lynn (1941)


The 1950s


A Bushel And A Peck – Doris Day (1950)

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)

Blue Moon – from Ella Fitzgerald Sings The Rodgers & Hart Songbook (1956)

By The Light Of The Silvery Moon – Doris Day (1953)

Carolina Moon – Connie Francis (1958)

Catch A Falling Star – Perry Como (1957)

Cheek To Cheek – Doris Day (1958)

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 A Little Dream Of Me – Doris Day (1957)

Dream Lover – Bobby Darin (1959)

Every Time We Say Goodbye – from Ella Fitzgerald Sings The Cole Porter Songbook (1956)

Everybody Loves A Lover – Doris Day (1958)

Fever – Peggy Lee (1958)

Get Happy – Judy Garland from ‘Summer Stock’ (1950)

High Hopes – Frank Sinatra (1959)

I Believe – Various (1953)

I Get A Kick Out Of You – Frank Sinatra (1953)

I Love Paris – from Ella Fitzgerald Sings The Cole Porter Songbook (1956)

I Wanna Be Loved By You – Marilyn Monroe from 'Some Like It Hot' (1959)

I’ve Got You Under My Skin – Frank Sinatra (1956)

Johnny One Note – from Ella Fitzgerald Sings The Rodgers & Hart Songbook (1956)

Just Blew In From The Windy City – Doris Day from 'Calamity Jane' (1953)

Kiss Me, Honey Honey (Kiss Me) – Shirley Bassey (1958)

Let's Do It – from Ella Fitzgerald Sings The Cole Porter Songbook (1956)

Let's Face The Music & Dance – from Ella Fitzgerald Sings The Irving Berlin Songbook (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)

Mambo Italiano (Hey Mambo) – Rosemary Clooney (1954)

Manhattan – from Ella Fitzgerald Sings The Rodgers & Hart Songbook (1956)

Mountain Greenery – Bing Crosby (1956)

My Baby Just Cares For Me – Nina Simone (1958)

Oh, Boy! - Buddy Holly & The Crickets (1957)

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)

Rock ‘n’ Hop Medley (Rock Around the Clock / Jailhouse Rock / C’mon Everybody / Wake Up Little Susie / Do You Want to Dance / Shake, Rattle & Roll / Tutti Frutti) – Johnny Brady

Rock ‘n’ Roll Medley (Things / Here Comes Summer / This Ole House / It Might As Well Rain Until September / Wooden Heart) – Susan McCann

Secret Love – Doris Day from 'Calamity Jane' (1953)

Secret Love (Big Band Swing Version) – Various (1953)

Side by Side – Kay Starr (1953)

Singin' In The Rain – Gene Kelly from 'Singin' In The Rain' (1952)

Sisters – Rosemary Clooney (1954)

Smile – Nat King Cole (1954)

Some Enchanted Evening – from 'South Pacific' (1958)

Splish Splash – Bobby Darin (1958)

Stupid Cupid – Connie Francis (1958)

Summertime – Ella Fitzgerald Live at Mister Kelly’s (1958)

Sway – Dean Martin (1954)

Sweet Nothin's – Brenda Lee (1959)

Teacher's Pet – Doris Day from 'Teacher's Pet' (1958)

Tennessee Waltz – Connie Francis (1959)

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)

They All Laughed – from Ella Fitzgerald Sings The George & Ira Gershwin Songbook (1959)

Three Coins In A Fountain – Doris Day (1958)

Too Young – Nat King Cole (1951)

Walkin' After Midnight – Patsy Cline (1957)

What A Difference A Day Made – Dinah Washington (1959)

When I Fall In Love – Nat King Cole (1957)

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? - Frank Sinatra & Celeste Holm from ‘High Society’ (1956)

Why Do Fools Fall In Love – Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers (1956)

Witchcraft – Frank Sinatra – (1957)

You Belong To Me – Jo Stafford (1952)

You Do Something To Me – Doris Day (1957)

You Make Me Feel So Young – Frank Sinatra (1956)


The 1960s


Ain't That A Kick In The Head – Dean Martin (1960)

As Long As He Needs Me – from 'Oliver!' (1968)

At Last – Etta James (1960)

Be My Baby – The Ronettes (1963)

Bobby's Girl – Susan Maughan (1962)

Boom Bang-a-Bang – Lulu (1969)

Breaking Up Is Hard To Do – Neil Sedaka (1962)

Brown Eyed Girl – Van Morrison (1967)

Build Me Up Buttercup – The Foundations (1968)

Calendar Girl – Neil Sedaka (1961)

California Dreamin' – The Mama's & The Papa's (1965)

Can’t Buy Me Love – Ella Fitzgerald (1964)

Can't Help Falling In Love – Elvis Presley (1961)

Can't Take My Eyes Off You – Andy Williams (1968)

Crazy – Patsy Cline (1961)

Da Doo Ron Ron – The Crystals (1963)

Daydream Believer – The Monkees (1967)

Dedicated Follower Of Fashion – The Kinks (1966)

Delilah – Tom Jones (1968)

Do-Re-Mi – Julie Andrews from ‘The Sound Of Music’ (1965)

Don't Sleep In The Subway – Petula Clark (1967)

Don't Treat Me Like A Child – Helen Shapiro (1961)

Downtown – Petula Clark (1964)

Dream A Little Dream Of Me – Ella Fitzgerald & Count Basie (1963)

Dream A Little Dream Of Me - “Mama” Cass Elliot (1968)

Edelweiss – from 'The Sound Of Music' (1965)

Everybody's Somebody's Fool – Connie Francis (1960)

Feeling Good – Nina Simone (1965)

Ferry Cross The Mersey – Gerry & The Pacemakers (1964)

Fly Me To The Moon – Frank Sinatra (1964)

Fly Me To The Moon – Julie London (1963)

From Me To You – The Beatles (1963)

Goldfinger – Shirley Bassey (1964)

Good Luck Charm – Elvis Presley (1962)

Harper Valley PTA - Jeannie C. Riley (1968)

How Do You Do It? - Gerry & The Pacemakers (1963)

I Could Have Danced All Night - from 'My Fair Lady' (1964)

I Couldn't Live Without Your Love – Petula Clark (1966)

I Left My Heart In San Francisco – Tony Bennett (1962)

I Only Want To Be With You – Dusty Springfield (1963)

If I Had A Hammer – Peter, Paul & Mary (1962)

I’ll Never Find Another You – The Seekers (1964)

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)

It's Getting Better - “Mama” Cass Elliot (1969)

It’s Only A Paper Moon – from Ella Fitzgerald Sings The Harold Arlen Songbook (1961)

L-O-V-E – Nat King Cole (1964)

Lazy River – Bobby Darin (1961)

Leaving On A Jet Plane – Peter, Paul & Mary (1969)

Let There Be Love – Nat King Cole (1961)

Let's Jump The Broomstick – Brenda Lee (1961)

Let's Twist Again – Chubby Checker (1961)

Little Ole Wine Drinker, Me – Dean Martin (1967)

Long Live Love – Sandie Shaw (1965)

Monster Mash – Bobby “Boris” Pickett (1962)

Moon River – Audrey Hepburn (1961)

Move Over, Darling – Doris Day from 'Move Over, Darling' (1963)

My Favourite Things - Julie Andrews from 'The Sound Of Music' (1965)

My Guy – Mary Wells (1964)

My Love – Petula Clark (1965)

My Way – Frank Sinatra (1968)

One Fine Day – The Chiffons (1963)

Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps – Doris Day (1964)

Portrait Of My Love – Matt Monroe (1960)

Ring Of Fire – Johnny Cash (1963)

Robot Man – Connie Francis (1960)

Sailor – Petula Clark (1961)

Son Of A Preacher Man – Dusty Springfield (1968)

Speak To Me Pretty – Brenda Lee (1962)

Strangers In The Night – Frank Sinatra (1966)

Stuck On You – Elvis Presley (1960)

Summer Holiday – Cliff Richard & The Shadows (1963)

Summer Wind – Frank Sinatra (1966)

Sunny Afternoon – The Kinks (1966)

Sweet Caroline – Neil Diamond (1969)

That's Life – Frank Sinatra (1966)

The Carnival Is Over – The Seekers (1965)

The Loco-motion – Little Eva (1962)

The Sound Of Music – Julie Andrews from 'The Sound Of Music' (1965)

The Way You Look Tonight – Frank Sinatra (1964)

There’s A Kind Of Hush – Herman’s Hermits (1967)

These Boots Are Made For Walkin' – Nancy Sinatra (1966)

They Can't Take That Away From Me – Frank Sinatra (1962)

This Is My Song – Petula Clark (1967)

True Love Ways – Buddy Holly (1960)

Under The Boardwalk – The Drifters (1964)

Up On The Roof – The Drifters (1962)

Walk Right Back – The Everly Brothers (1961)

Walking Back To Happiness – Helen Shapiro (1961)

Waterloo Sunset – The Kinks (1967)

What A Wonderful World – Louis Armstrong (1967)

Where The Boys Are – Connie Francis (1961)

Wichita Lineman – Glen Campbell (1968)

Will You Love Me Tomorrow – The Shirelles (1961)

Wouldn't It Be Loverly? - from 'My Fair Lady' (1964)

You Don't Know – Helen Shapiro (1961)

You Only Live Twice – Nancy Sinatra (1966)

You'll Never Walk Alone – Gerry & The Pacemakers (1963)

You're My World – Cilla Black (1964)


The 1970s


57 Chevrolet - Billie Jo Spears (1978)

A Thing Called Love – Johnny Cash (1972)

And I Love You So - Perry Como (1973)

Angel Eyes - ABBA (1979)

Another Suitcase In Another Hall - from ‘Evita’ (1978)

Blame It On The Boogie – The Jacksons (1978)

Blanket On The Ground - Billie Jo Spears (1975)

Burning Love - Elvis Presley (1972)

Close To You - The Carpenters (1970)

Coat Of Many Colors - Dolly Parton (1971)

Dancing Queen – ABBA (1976)

December, 1963 (Oh, What a Night) – The Four Seasons (1975)

Denis (Denee) – Blondie (1978)

Disco Inferno – The Trammps (1976)

Don’t Cry For Me Argentina - from ‘Evita’ (1978)

Don’t It Make My Brown Eyes Blue - Crystal Gayle (1977)

Fernando - ABBA (1976)

Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! - ABBA (1979)

Here You Come Again - Dolly Parton (1977)

Hopelessly Devoted To You – Olivia Newton-John (1978)

I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do – ABBA (1975)

If I Can’t Have You - Yvonne Elliman (1977)

It’s Too Late - Carole King (1971)

I Will Always Love You – Dolly Parton (1974)

Jolene – Dolly Parton (1973)

Mamma Mia - ABBA (1975)

Mandy – Barry Manilow (1974)

More, More, More – Andrea True Connection (1976)

Nobody Does It Better - Carly Simon (1977)

Please Mr. Postman - The Carpenters (1974)

Rockin’ All Over The World - Status Quo (1975)

Rose Garden - Lynn Anderson (1970)

S.O.S - ABBA (1975)

Somebody Loves You – Crystal Gayle (1975)

Sing Me An Old Fashioned Song - Billie Jo Spears (1976)

Talking In Your Sleep – Crystal Gayle (1978)

Thank You For The Music - ABBA (1977)

Theme from New York, New York – Frank Sinatra (1979)

The Wonder Of You - Elvis Presley (1970)

Tiger Feet – Mud (1974)

Top Of The World - The Carpenters (1973)

Waterloo - ABBA (1973)

We've Only Just Begun – The Carpenters (1970)

What I’ve Got In Mind - Billie Jo Spears (1976)

When Will I See You Again – The Three Degrees (1974)

Why Have You Left The One You Left Me For – Crystal Gayle (1978)

Wig-Wam Bam – The Sweet (1972)

You To Me Are Everything - The Real Thing (1976)

Young Hearts Run Free - Candi Staton (1976)

You’ve Got A Friend – Carole King (1971)


80s, 90s & Beyond!


Can You Feel The Love Tonight – from ‘The Lion King’ - Elton John (1994)

Call Me Maybe – Carly Rae Jepson (2011)

Days – Kirsty McColl (1989)

Don’t Look Back In Anger – Oasis (1996)

Do The Conga – Black Lace (1984)

Heaven Is A Place On Earth – Belinda Carlisle (1987)

It Must Be Love – Madness (1981)

I Want To Know What Love Is – Foreigner (1984)

Karma Chameleon – Culture Club (1983)

Manic Monday – The Bangles (1986)

Rotterdam – The Beautiful South (1996)

That Don’t Impress Me Much – Shania Twain (1998)

The Best – Tina Turner (1988)

The Tide Is High – Blondie (1980)

True Blue – Madonna (1986)

When You Say Nothing At All – Ronan Keating (1999)

Wind Beneath My Wings – Bette Midler (1989)


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)

Driving Home For Christmas – Chris Rea (1988)

Frosty The Snowman – Ella Fitzgerald (1960)

Happy Holiday / The Holiday Season – Andy Williams (1963)

Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas – Judy Garland from 'Meet Me In St. Louis' (1944)

I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus – The Ronettes (1963)

I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday – Wizzard (1973)

It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas – Bing Crosby (1951)

It’s The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year – Andy Williams (1964)

Jingle Bell Rock – Brenda Lee (1964)

Jingle Bells – Various

Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! – Dean Martin (1959)

Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! (Ballad version) – Doris Day (1964)

Mary's Boy Child – Harry Belafonte (1956)

Mary’s Boy Child / Oh My Lord – Boney M (1978)

Mele Kalikimaka – Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters (1950)

Merry Christmas Everyone – Shakin' Stevens (1985)

Merry Xmas Everybody – Slade (1973)

Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree – Brenda Lee (1958)

Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer – Dean Martin (1959)

Santa Baby – Eartha Kitt (1953)

Santa Claus Got Stuck (In My Chimney) – Ella Fitzgerald (1950)

Santa Claus Is Coming To Town – The Crystals (1963)

Silent Night – Bing Crosby (1935)

Silver Bells – Bing Crosby & Rosemary Clooney (1956)

Step Into Christmas – Elton John (1973)

The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire) – Nat King Cole (1961)

The Secret Of Christmas – Ella Fitzgerald (1959)

Walking In The Air – Aled Jones (1985)

When A Child Is Born – Johnny Mathis (1976)

White Christmas – Bing Crosby from 'Holiday Inn' (1942)

Winter Wonderland – Bing Crosby (1962)


Postmodern Jukebox (modern songs in a vintage style).

Dancing Queen – Postmodern Jukebox Cover of ABBA Song (1920s style)

Material Girl – Postmodern Jukebox Cover of Madonna Song (1920s style)

Call Me Maybe – Postmodern Jukebox Cover of Carly Rae Jepsen Song (1920s style)

Last Christmas – Postmodern Jukebox Cover of Wham! Song (1920s style)



Full Biography

* 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 & 70s!
* 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 & 70s, '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 & Show 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.





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“The Lady Sings Vintage was fabulous – very professional, great to work with and her 60 minute set was wonderful.”

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booked The Lady Sings Vintage for their Wedding in North Yorkshire

“If you read only ONE line of this review...BOOK THE LADY SINGS VINTAGE FOR YOUR EVENT! From the initial phone contact with Paula, to her saying goodbye on the day, our time and experience was 100% positive in every way. My wife and I were able to choose from a huge set list of songs from various musical era's and genre's and Paula seamlessly organised all our favourites into a cracking party playlist for our wedding reception. By the third song, she had guests up dancing and by the second set, my 86 year old Auntie (who walks with two sticks), was throwing her shapes on the dance floor! Paula absolutely made our wedding day! We had guests from the age of 7 to 86 and we can honestly say that each and every one of them loved Paula's performance. Many spoke to her themselves to thank and praise her and many more told us how impressed they were and that they'd be either booking her themselves or would attend venues she'd be performing at in the future! Paula looked stunning ...”

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booked The Lady Sings Vintage for their event in Derbyshire

“Paula came and sang at our 1920's party and was fantastic. She was so friendly and flexible with us, singing songs that suited the evening. She has the most incredible voice and all our guests commented on how great she was. Really pleased - thank you Paula!”

Paula made our event even more special!

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booked The Lady Sings Vintage for their event in Nottinghamshire

“Cannot recommend this act enough, professional and polite all through the booking process. Took time to find out more about our event so she could tailor a set list specifically for us! Paula was such a hit with our guests and our daughter - and even Stanley our dog! Top notch - thank you so much xx”

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booked The Lady Sings Vintage for their event in Cumbria

“Lady Sings Vintage was an amazing show. The set was fantastic for all ages and nothing was too much trouble with all requests catered for. Paula has the most amazing period voice that sounds like it came out of the best the period could have ever put on stage and she looks stunning. Her notes and voice was absolutely amazing. Paula was charming professional and had everyone dancing and singing along. To say Paula made the event from start to finish would not be an understatement. I would highly recommend her for any event no matter the size !”

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