Vintage Singer Melbourne

Live Music And DJ,1920s & Vintage Music,Themed Entertainment,1920s, Great Gatsby & Prohibition,1940s / Wartime
Vintage Singer Melbourne
Reasons to book this ACT
  • Solo singer can perform in small spaces or on big stages

  • Beautiful and authentic costumes and hairstyling creates amazing visual

  • Songs from the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s sung with high-quality backing tracks

  • Singer has worked with the Bands of the Royal Air Force and the Syd Lawrence Orchestra, and is trusted by the experts

  • Melbourne based act available for bookings worldwide

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Book our wonderful vintage singer for a trip down memory. Any vintage event will benefit from this solo singer, whose wartime theme act is fun, cheeky but also more sincere than many of her contemporaries. The 1940s vocalist has a repertoire of the most popular and lesser-known tunes of the decade that are popular with older crowds and modern audiences alike.

You’ll want to put up the bunting and get the victory rolls prepared to do justice to our singer. As a solo act, the vocalist is suited to a broad range of events; from intimate dinner parties and afternoon teas all the way up to themed festivals. Her dedicated PA has excellent coverage even at larger events and without the complication of a band, set up is quick and versatility is great. 

Her act has been booked by military organisations to help celebrate a number of seminal events in World War II memory, such as the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain for the Royal Air Force College. She has featured as a singer with the Syd Lawrence Orchestra at the liberation ball in Guernsey (the island was German occupied for much of the war), as well as for the RAF, the Royal Navy, the TA, the Royal British Legion and other military outfits.

Of course, her voice has been in demand in other sectors too, having performed for a large range of corporate bodies including Specsavers, Boots and Honda. 

Wearing authentic 30s, 40s and 50s dresses and with her hair done in the relevant styles, our vintage singer looks a vision. Naturally, those of a certain generation and those with military interests will be very keen to get their hands on this vintage singer, however she is popular with younger crowds at vintage fairs, wartime weekends and a number of other 40s kitsch events. 

With an extensive repertoire and a wonderfully of-the-era voice, this 40s theme singer is not to be missed.

To book our Melbourne-based singer, contact our team of dedicated entertainment specialists today.

A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square - Vera Lynn 
At Last - Etta James 
Baubles Bangles and Beads - Frank Sinatra / Doris day 
Be My Baby - The Ronettes 
Bewitched - Frank Sinatra, Doris Day 
Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy - The Andrews Sisters 
Bye Bye Blackbird 
Cheek to Cheek - Fred Astaire, Ella Fitzegerald 
Da Doo Ron Ron 
Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree - The Andrews Sisters 
Edelweiss - Sound of Music 
Every Time We Say Goodbye 
Get Happy - Judy Garland 
Getting to Know You - the King and I 
Girl From Ipanema - Frank Sinatra 
Happy Days Are Here Again - Barbra Streisand 
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas - Judy Garland 
How About You - Frank Sinatra 
I Could Have Danced All Night - My Fair Lady 
I Get a Kick Out of You - Frank Sinatra 
I'll Be Seeing You 
I'll Be Home for Christmas - Michael Buble 
I'm in the Mood for Love - Barbra Streisand 
I'm Through With Love - Marilyn Monroe 
It Had to be You 
It Might as Well be Spring - State Fair 
Paper Moon - Ella Fitzgerald 
It's a Lovely Day Tomorrow - Gracie Fields 
I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm - Bette Midler 
Jeepers Creepers - The Andrews Sisters 
L.O.V.E - Nat King Cole / Natalie Cole 
La Vie En Rose - Edith Piaf / Gracie Fields 
Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow 
Let There be Love - Nat King Cole 
Lipstick on Your Collar - Connie Francis 
Lullaby of Broadway - Doris Day 
Moonlight Serenade - Glenn Miller 
Moon River - Barbra Streisand 
Pennies From Heaven - Frank Sinatra 
Land of Hope and Glory 
Que Sera Sera - Doris Day 
Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree 
Rum and Coca-Cola - The Andrews Sisters 

Run Rabbit Run 
Underneath the Arches 
Hang Out the Washing on the Siegfried Line 
Shall We Dance - The King and I 
Stupid Cupid - Connie Francis 
Sway - Dean Martin 
That Ol’ Devil Called Love 
The Trolley Song - Judy Garland 
Somewhere Over the Rainbow - Judy Garland 
The Very Thought of You 
Unforgettable - Nat King Cole 
Bless ‘Em All 
Kiss Me Goodnight Sergeant Major 
The Way You Look tonight 
We'll Meet Again - Vera Lynn 
What Are You Doing New Year’s Eve - Bette Midler 
When You Wish Upon a Star - Disney / Linda Ronstadt 
White Christmas - Bing Crosby 
White Cliffs of Dover 
Who's Sorry Now 
Why Do Fools Fall in Love 
Why Don't You Do Right - Peggy Lee 
Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow 
Winter Wonderland 
Witchcraft - Frank Sinatra 
You Belong to Me - Jo Stafford 
You Do Something to Me - Ella Fitzegerald 
You Make Me Feel So Young - Frank Sinatra 
You're Getting to Be a Habit With Me - Frank Sinatra / Doris Day 
My Favourite Things - Sound of Music 
I Have Confidence - Sound of Music 
Change Partners - Cole Porter 
Gershwin Medley 
S'Wonderful - Gershwin 
Who Had the Last Laugh 
I Got Rhythm - Judy Garland 
A Foggy Day - Frank Sinatra 
We'll Gather Lilacs - Cole Porter 
Sing as We Go - Gracie Fields 
Wish Me Luck as You Wave Me Goodbye - Gracie Fields 
Dad’s Army theme 
Lambeth Walk 
They Can't Take That Away From Me - Frank Sinatra 
Almost Like Being in Love

Band of the Royal Air Force College RAF Association
Royal Air Force College
Petwood Hotel
The Royal Navy
Royal British Legion
Royal Centre for Defence Medicine
Manchester Pride
British Forces Broadcasting Service
Vintage Life Magazine
The National Trust
St Barnabas Lincolnshire Hospice
Age UK
VC Trust

"As soon as she started to sing,; the seats in front of the small informal stage filled and she completely captured her audience. Her song choice was refreshing and perfect for the occasion. She performs with true charisma and her delivery of the songs was effortless. She got the audiences involved with singing and actions to ‘Hang out your washing on the Siegfried Line’ and ‘Run Rabbit Run’ and then moved them emotionally with her renditions of ‘I’ll Be Seeing You’ and ‘We’ll Meet Again’."

Mark Stoneham, Events Manager, Lincolnshire County Council 

"A truly class act, she added the wow to our evening transporting us back to war time England with some fantastic tracks from the 1940s . Her beautiful clear tones had guests dancing and singing along throughout her sets and definitely wanting more."

Karen Birch, RAF Association Bradford Branch 

"The emotion in her voice was truly lovely and had us all emotional when she starting singing “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” and “We’ll Meet Again”. The only downside was that I didn’t book her for longer. I can only say that this young lady is a woman to look out for."

Michelle, Private Party, Liverpool 

"She was brilliant at the National Museum of the Royal Navy’s Armed Forces Day event in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard. Her voice was perfect for 1940’s style and she really added to the atmosphere! Many people have commented on how fantastic she is, and what good value for money as well. We would definitely want to use her again."

Roxy, National Museum of the Royal Navy, Portsmouth