Say "Hello" to The Sweet Hearts, a fantastic new female 3 part harmony vocal caberet group. Together, the three girls form an outstanding vocal harmony group, performing songs from the 1940's to the 1970's.  Along with their galmorous costumes and of the era choreography these girls are sure to get your audience into the full swing!

The girls were brought together from working at the famous Naked Turtle Restaurant as singing waitresses. In April 2009, the girls were spotted by the BBC and asked to appear on the BBC1 Saturday night show "Tonight's the Night" with John Barrowman.  The girls appeared on the show as part of a competition and made it to the final after performing on the show 3 weeks in a row.  After working together fro the BBc, the girls decided to for their own cabaret act and have since performed at venues such as Hampton Court Palace and Wemble Arena and for clients including Channel % Television and

Mercedes Benz.

Indiviually, the girls all have a vast range of performing experience, including West End Musicals, Nationwide tours and high end corporate functions.  The Sweet Hearts will take your audience on a journey through the eras whilst focusing their attention on the blissful and intricate sounds of close vocal harmony.  The Sweet Heats have managed to capture the authentic sounds of the 40's, 50's and 60's.


Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy - Andrews sisters
In the Mood - Andrews sisters
Rum and Coca Cola - Andrews sisters
Dream a Little Dream of Me - Jazz Standard
Sentimental Journey - Doris Day
Black Hills of Dakota - Doris Day
Tears on My Pillow - Little Anthony
All I Have to do is Dream - Everly Brothers

1960 - 1970's

Da Doo Ron Ron - The Ctystals
Chapel of Love - The Dixie Cups
Mama Said - The Shirelees
Be My Baby - The Ronettes
I Get Around - Beach Boys
It's My Party - Leslei Gore
Do you Love Me - The Contours
The Locomotion - Little Eva
Lollipop - The Chordettes
Mr Postman - The Marvelettes
My Guy - Mary Wells
Oh What a Night - The Four Seasons
One Fine Day - The Chiffons
I Only Wanna Be With You - Dusty Springfield
The Shoop Shoop Song - Betty Everett
Shout - Lulu
Tracks of My Tears - The Temptations