Their fanbase includes Michael Buble, Cyndi Lauper and even Prince Charles – and you can see what all the fuss is about when The Puppini Sisters stop off at the Lowther Pavilion on March 4.
The girls will be releasing a new album, ‘The Highlife’, on March 11 which features a combination of their own arrangements of classics from the Thirties to the Fifties (Tico Tico, Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive), jazzy reinventions of pop hits (Changes, Girls Just Wanna Have Fun), and self-penned original songs including the first single Is This The High Life.
The Puppinis – Marcella Puppini, Kate Mullins and Emma Smith – premiered a selection of the album’s songs at sell-out shows around the world at the end of last year, where their versions of Missy Elliot’s Work It and a mash up of Rappers Delight and Sia’s Chandelier brought the house down!
In the eight years since their inception, the trio has been awarded Gold and Multi-Platinum discs, performed on iconic stages all over the world and collaborated with Electro-Swing groups as well as traditional orchestras.
The new album is their fifth release and was funded completely by a Pledge campaign. It was produced by Fred DeFaye with musical arrangements and original compositions by Marcella and Kate.
For more information and tickets visit the Lowther Pavilion website.
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