An Andrews Sisters - style close harmony trio, who perform 1940s/1950s songs and more recent tunes with their own special ‘Champagne’ twist. Features on ITV’s Good Morning Britain, BBC’s South Today and BBC Radio, Champagne at the Blitz are sure to be a hit at any vintage-themed event with their eye-catching costumes, vintage microphones and slick harmonies!
- Please, describe your act or business in on sentence:Champagne at the Blitz is a female vintage vocal harmony trio based in North Hampshire covering all the best loved songs from the likes of The Andrews Sisters to The Supremes for a musical trip down memory lane.
- What are the highlights of your career?Appearing on national TV and Radio and being booked as the headline act for a prestigious car and air show for 5 straight years.
- What kind of events do you usually serve?Birthday parties, weddings, festivals and 1940s events.
- Who are your previous clients?ITV Good Morning Britain BBC Surrey/BBC Sussex Radio Dunsfold Wings & Wheels (booked as their main act for 5 straight years) Battle of Britain Bunker British Army Royal Airforce Royal Navy English Heritage Fenwick Sony KBR Blackbushe Airport BBC Children In Need Carfest TOPRA Clandon Regis Golf Club Milestones Museum Mayor of Surrey Heath
- How can event planners pay for your services?All events are invoiced and can be paid in advance via BACS or cheque or on the day in cash.
- How long do you play for?Our most usual set lengths are 2 x 45 minutes or 1 x 60 minutes, but we can do up to 2 x 60 minutes or equivalent i.e. 4 x 30 minutes.
- Do you have your own PA and lighting?We have two PA systems, one portable system that is suitable for up to about 200 people and another that is suitable for up to 500 guests. We do not have lights.
- Do you have Public Liability Insurance and PAT tested equipment?Yes
- How much space do you require?Minimum of 2m x 3m.
- My favourite tune is not on your list. Will you be able to play it?If we can find a suitable professional backing track and have a minimum of 3 months notice then yes!
- How many breaks do you take? How long are they?Depends on set length but our usual break between two longer sets (45-60mins) is about 15 minutes, obviously this can be longer depending on requirements. We can also play appropriate music through the PA system during breaks.
1920s, 30 & 40s:
Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive
Alexander’s Ragtime Band
A Nightingale Sang in Berkley Square
As Time Goes By- solo
Bei Mir Bist Du Schon
Beat Me Daddy Eight To The Ba...