About

We share a life-long passion for harmony singing – especially vintage music. It makes us very happy indeed, and you’ll see this by the smiles on our faces when we are performing. Many of our favourites are originals from The Andrews Sisters, The McGuires, and other fabulous jazz and swing performers  of the ’40s and ’50s. We also enjoy contemporary music and there is plenty of room for these when we sing for you. 

Our performances are particularly suitable for wedding receptions and private family celebrations, as well as vintage-themed events, corporate drinks, garden parties and fetes.  Hear us performing some of our favourites just below, and check out the photos and videos of us in action, further down the page….

 

                                             

 

 

 

 

 


 

NEWS!

Ruby, Dolly & Rose are pleased to announce the release their debut album ‘Shakin’ The Blues Away’ today, coinciding with the 75th anniversary of VE Day. Available shortly as a download on a number of platforms (iTunes, Amazon Music etc) with a CD available soon (you’ll all be the first to know when they’re finally in our hands!)

‘Shakin’ The Blues Away’ brings together a number of favourites from their repertoire of swing/jazz from the 1930’s-50s plus a couple of arrangements that you might not have heard before!

The girls decided at an early stage to support a charity through the CD, and have had a longstanding relationship with @The Veteran’s Charity which provides immediate practical help to veterans in distress. £1 of each sale up until the end of 2020 will be donated to the charity. Find out more about The Veteran’s Charity by visiting https://www.veteranscharity.org.uk/

 cover image Ray Goldsmith

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During these tricky times you'll find us following advice and staying at home. We're making the most of our time - not only doing lots of improving reading but learning some splendid new songs for you!
During these tricky times you’ll find us following advice and staying at home. We’re making the most of our time – not only doing lots of improving reading but learning some splendid new songs for you!

How to book The Liberty Sisters

Click HERE to see what you need to know about booking us!

Click HERE to to see what we’d need to know from you!

Click HERE to access images for your event publicity

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We can perform in all sorts of locations and situations .You can have just us – indoors or outdoors – or we can bring Buttercup, the wonderful 1953 bright yellow vintage truck, our mobile stage.

Whatever your event – your wedding, drinks reception, cocktail party, special birthday or anniversary, garden fete, re-enactment event, vintage-styled ‘do’, afternoon tea, dinner-dance – we’ll be thrilled to hear all about your plans, and to discuss how we might be part of it.

 

 

You can send a direct email to thelibertysisters@outlook.com, use the contact form at the bottom of this page.

…or telephone us – we’d be thrilled to hear from you! 07730 557110

 

 

 

 

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We're In The Mood!

Hear and see what we look like in action here – having a fabulous time with our friends, the South West Lindy Hoppers!

What are they saying?

The Liberty Sisters Serenade the crowds at the County Show

Amongst the many attractions to be found at this year’s county show, few sounded as sweet as The Liberty Sisters. The trio of vocalists, Ruby, Rose and Dolly, took to the stage to sing to the crowds of the Garden & Crafts tent. The band performed a mix of vintage jazz, swing and contemporary songs whilst their mascot, Daisy the terrier, drew in adoring fans throughout the day. The Liberty Sisters drew in many spectators during each time they stepped up to the microphone and drew a rapturous applause after each song.                                                       Devon County Show 

 

“What can I say about these 3 amazing ladies. Well, for a start it was a pleasure to work with 3 professional Vocalists who not only look amazing but sound it too. I had the pleasure to share a stage with this amazing trio and considering we hadn’t worked or met previously it was pure chemistry between us all. I would highly recommend these guys and a big shout out to their sound engineer who performs the magic behind the scenes so these 3 ladies can wow their Audiences….. a must for any event!” Ricky Hunter

 “If you want to be uplifted and taken back to a time when life was simple you can’t go wrong in listening to the beautiful harmonies created by The Liberty Sisters, they are simply amazing”  Helen Hancox

“Very talented and professional trio, If your lucky they will perform on their vintage truck Buttercup. The star of the show is Daisy the dog. ” Lisa Millership Evans

“The Liberty Sisters are very professional and ‘of the era’ trio of beutiful harmonies. Attention to detail seems to be key including their appearance with hair, make up and outfits that transform you back to a 1940s dance hall. Thoroughly recommended”  Wendy Petrie

“Clare, you and the girls were phenomenal. We were all so impressed and I’m sure, from the conversations with Brides after the catwalk that you’ll be in high demand. We’re going to plan our whole charity event next year around your style to ensure we can book you! Thank you very much for creating a stylish, vibrant, beautiful vibe – we’re recommending you to everyone! x”     Lindie Whitfield, The White Show

“Thanks so much girls for the absolutely fabulous entertainment at our wedding party. You were slick, professional and looked fab in both your uniforms and the floral dresses. The guests are raving about how ideal your set was for the occasion…”               Ade Brayley

“..thank you all for entertaining the crowds at Darts Farm yesterday you were bloody fantastic !!!!!”     Louise Russell, Estuary League of Friends.

“Hi liberty sisters. Saw you at Powderham today and you were fantastic. I thoroughly loved it. Thank you xx”       Vicky Manley-Tucker

“Absolutely stunning performance sisters.”  Alistair Cope

“Saw these guys perform a few weeks ago – thought it was an amazing show from beginning to end”   Tommy Read