Book a Close Harmony Trio for a Wedding

May 30, 2018

The Wild Tonics

We love a stunning singing voice and three at once is almost too much to handle. There is something so beautiful about a close harmony trio that they were hugely popular during the 1940s and 1950s and we are working on bringing them back to the forefront of entertainment. But how to choose the right harmony trio for you? Well, that’s why we’ve written this blog; please feel free to peruse a few excellent options below.

Spitfire Sisters

The winners of our Beat the Brief competition in 2015, The Spitfire Sisters are an internationally renowned close harmony trio that hail from the home of the Supermarine Spitfire on the south coast. Featuring superb choreography as well as stunning voices, the ladies perform a splendid repertoire of vintage classics from the 1930s and 40s as well as a few new tunes and original songs on occasion. Able to perform with a backing band and the group of choice of The National Trust, this superb close harmony trio are sure to impress at your wedding.

The Wild Tonics

A Hollywood-style close harmony trio, The Wild Tonics have wowed guests at the grand opening of the Postal Museum in London  as well as the Royal Windsor Horse Show just a couple of weeks ago! If you’re a fan of The Great Gatsby and the golden age of jazz, this is the trip for you. Combining hits both old and new, the trio feature an extensive repertoire and with their glitz and glamour are perfect for all parts of your wedding day.

Belle Noir

Taking their inspiration from a host of genres including jazz, blues, swing, soul and bebop, Belle Noir are hugely popular on the London circuit having performed at venues including Quaglino’s of Mayfair, The Dorchester and The Groucho Club. Having taken their vintage style around the world with performances in the Middle East and the Caribbean (to name just two), this fab trio combine sultry singing with captivating choreography. A top choice for your big day.

The Lollipops

A vintage-inspired vocal trio who were brought together due to their shared love of harmonies, The Lollipops take their inspiration from The Andrew Sisters, Bette Midler and more. With a wide-ranging repertoire that includes songs from the 1940s to the present day, the trio are renowned for coordinating outfits, slick choreography and of course, sweet harmonies! Book the Lollipops to add a nostalgic twist to your wedding day.

The Langley Sisters

One of our most recent acts added to the site, The Langley Sisters are different from many other close harmony trios because they really are sisters! Keeping it in the family is what it’s all about for Gita, Rosie and Edie Langley and the three of them have been performing together since childhood. Able to perform vintage hits from the 1920s through to contemporary pop songs, they have performed at Glastonbury and many of London’s finest venues. Do not miss out on booking them for your wedding.

Bonus: Afternoon Delight

You might be sitting there thinking, “I love close harmony trios but I also love barbershop quartets. Are there any of those I could book as well?” Today is your lucky day! Yes, you’re in luck because we have the superb Afternoon Delight for your delectation. A unique and charming barbershop quartet for hire, the group have gone viral on social media and are as close as you’ll get to The Simpsons’ B-Sharps in real life. Just fantastic.



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By Henry Fosdike