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Forties fun. The Land girls brighten up No 10. Among the entertainers at yesterday's children's Christmas party at Downing Street were three smiling 'land girls', complete with vintage Forties-Style army shirts - and high heels.
ROSSETTS COMMERCIALS - Goodwood 'The Festival of Speed'
The Spinettes sing songs spanning a few decades from the 1940′s to the 1960′s with a very unique sound and stage act. Rossetts are now proud to become part of the Spinettes.
We hope The Spinettes enjoy their new van as much as the crowds at Goodwood enjoyed their performances. We are looking forward to working with the band again soon.
BRIGHTON FRINGE FESTIVAL
"Miss Emily Shaw, Miss Melanie Cripps and Miss Bonnie parker... with faultless harmonies and perfectly in time choreography these girls sure would have entertained the troops if they were in the 1950s...If our own Vera Lynn could hear them she would be proud... There is no doubt that 'if' I could, I would have The Spinettes supporting or even featuring in the male harmony group 'The Overtones' tour."
THE ARGUS - Komedia Club Brighton
"Wonderful harmonies came from The Spinettes - A trio of West End Starlets who looked and sounded like they had just stepped out of the 1940s."
PAUL D P SCALLY 'Chairman of Gillingham Football Club'
"Not only were the girls fantastic singers, but the show they put on was professional and refreshingly different, was warmly received by my guests and we will be certainly booking them for future events."
SODEXO Coporate event - London
"Within seconds, The Spinettes had 360 guests at our annual fundraising dinner singing along and tapping their feet: their love of the 1940s is highly infectious"
BRIAN SIMMS Jive 4 Life Promotions
"As soon as The Spinettes entered the room they had everyones attention. Three beautiful girls dressed in 1940s fashion not only looked the part they sounded fantastic. It was like stepping back in time and they soon had everyone up on the dance floor... I would recommend The Spinettes to anyone, truely a professional group of girls"