The Swing Dolls Ultimate USO Tour: From Abba to Swing and Beyond!
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The last date listed for The Swing Dolls Ultimate USO Tour: From Abba to Swing and Beyond! was Saturday October 2, 2010 / 7:30pm.
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Take a rockin' trip down memory lane with Sock Hops & Soda Shoppes, a high-energy musical revue by girl group the Wonderelles. The Wonderelles perform the golden oldies of the 1950s and 1960s in this production, filled with toe-tapping tunes, swinging choreography and colorful period costumes. From "My Boyfriend's Back" to "Johnny Angel" to "It's My Party," the Wonderelles cover the songs that burned up the radio back then and remain classics to this day. They'll also bring down the house with some top hits by the guys of the time, like Elvis, Little Richard and Bill Haley and His Comets. Learn More
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“The Swing Dolls deliver the magic and excitement of the Swing Era with dazzling vocals, choreography and show-womanship unmatched by today’s modern singing trios." —Stage Review Weekly, Las Vegas
The Swing Dolls are a dynamic female vocal trio who captivate and entertain with stunning close harmonies, show-stopping costumes and stylish choreography. They’ve appeared on major television shows and in concert halls worldwide with their stunning re-creation of The Andrews Sisters, and their new variety show is not to be missed!
The Swing Dolls specialize in performing songs from girl groups spanning pop music history, with a focus on the hits of the Forties, Fifties, Sixties & Seventies, made famous by such greats as The Andrews Sisters, The McGuire Sisters, Chiffons and Lesley Gore … with a nod to the music of ABBA a la Mamma Mia!
The trio’s authentic renditions of classic hits like “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy,” “Sincerely,” “It’s My Party” and “Dancing Queen” are adored by audiences of all ages. This performance will take the audience down memory lane, reminiscing and enjoying music from the 1940s through the 1970s, as The Swing Dolls pay tribute to the history of the USO and, most importantly, our Armed Forces Personnel & Veterans.