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The Swing Dolls

The Swing Dolls perform music made popular by The Andrews Sisters and The McGuire Sisters, as well as a 1960’s Girl Group Review and a Tribute to Mamma Mia!

“Featuring the rich and soaring harmonies of a golden age in music that has come to symbolize American patriotism, The Swing Dolls’ bright voices pealed crisply through the house like a ringing bell. The sold-out crowd showed their appreciation with standing ovation at the show’s end.”–Southwest Riverside News Network

“They’re fantastic!” – –Larry King, celebrated TV and Radio Host

The Swing Dolls are a dynamic female vocal trio who have been thrilling audiences nationwide for over 10 years with their stunning close harmonies, dazzling costumes & stylish choreography.

They have garnered appearances on television’s “Gilmore Girls” and “Your Big Break”, they star in their original show, “The Swing Dolls present a Tribute to the USO”, and they frequently perform for major corporate and private events.

Their countless featured appearances include: The Kennedy Center with The Los Angeles Police Department Concert Band; Patriotic Events at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, MCAS Miramar and the USS Midway in San Diego; The Avi Casino in Laughlin, NV; The Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Center in Thousand Oaks, CA; The Secret City Festival in Oak Ridge, TN; American Red Cross Annual Fund Raiser in Jackson, MS; HBO’s “Band of Brothers” Gala; Reunion of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League with Director Penny Marshall and Cast of “A League of Their Own”; for Bob Hope’s 100th Birthday celebration; with Tom Dreesen to commemorate WWII Veterans; as featured Guest Artists with Harry James Orchestra in Seattle, Pasadena Pops Orchestra, and Long Beach Municipal Band Summer Concert Series; and numerous performances for USO and Patriotic theme shows for townships,  military bases, and aboard the USS Midway in San Diego.

  Recent Appearances:

Jefferson City, MO – Miller Performing Arts Center

Downey, CA – Downey Civic Theatre

Gulf Shores, AL – Erie Meyer Civic Center

Honolulu, HI – Pearl Harbor