Swinging Twist Quintet

Live Music And DJ,1920s & Vintage Music,Harmony & Acapella Groups,Jazz, Swing, Blues & Jive
Swinging Twist Quintet
Reasons to book this ACT
  • Soulful and Sassy with a Swinging Twist on contemporary hits

  • Add Vintage class and the glamour of the Golden era

  • Previous Clients inc Selfridges London, Madame JoJos and many more

  • Perfect for themed events and parties: 1920s, 1940s, 1950s, Hollywood

  • Based in the UK and available Worldwide

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Presenting...5 stunning females performing a selection of Swing and Jazz. Soulful and sassy, this quintet simply sizzle on stage with their swinging take on contemporary hit songs; as well as delivering jazz and swing classics in their harmonious and cheeky style.

Vintage inspired, these beautiful and stylish beauties perfectly embody the class and glamour of the Golden era and ensure to captivate your nostalgia.

Add vintage class and the glamour of the Golden era to your event with this Swinging Quintet.

In The Mood
Mr Sandman
Don’t Sit Under The Apple Tree
Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy
Swinging on a Star
Why Don’t You Do Right
Bohemian Like You
Gambling Man
Beatles Medley
Disney Medley
Elvis Medley

Wonderful World
You Are My Sunshine
I Want It That Way
Fly Me To The Moon
Black And Gold
Cheek To Cheek
Bring Me Sunshine
Get Happy
Many more- Also take requests

The Ritz
Cafe De Paris
The Sporting Club (Monte Carlo)
The Playboy Club
The Ivy
One Marylebone
Madame Tussades
Berkeley Hotel
Grand Prix Ball
Heathrow Terminal 2 Launch
Sunseeker Yachts
Ray Ban
Benefit Cosmetics
Harvey Nichols
John Lewis

Vintage Events & Racing & Expo Shows:

Glorious Goodwood
Goodwood Revival
Vintage Hemingway Vintage Festivals
Anjou Velo Vintage
Sywell Classic
London Wonderground Speigeltent
Ideal Home Show
The Boat Show



"Wonderful. We thought it was a CD until we got to the front of the fair and saw you on stage!"

Ricky Gervais (The Pop-Up Vintage Fair)

"An amazing band, with amazing voices!!! Such a great act."

Grant Holloway (The Carter Rooms)

"When the group came on, the evening was suddenly transformed from a room full of casual distracted conversation to, at first avid concentration and very quickly to an audience swaying, rocking and even gyrating to the period sound. With every song the keen enthusiasm of the audience grew and bubbled over and the applause, whistles and whoops of delight made it clear that the audience were not going to let them go lightly. Was I really standing in a museum reception room? The atmosphere was pure 40s, the mood was VE Day all over again, self restraint had gone and the party had really kicked in. I would have, I will have, them back again....and again. Nothing and nobody lights up a room like they do."

Mr Phil Reed  (Director of Churchill War Rooms)