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The Victory Belles


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The Victory Belles are an Australian 3-part harmony vocal trio offering 2 shows.

The Victory Belles' vintage inspired ‘Ozzettes’ show will swing you back to a more glamorous time with some sensual jazz, toe-tapping tunes, lyrical loveliness and classy close-harmonies! The Victory Belles will take you on a journey through song from the roaring 20’s to the nifty 50’s with the likes of The Andrew Sisters and Glenn Miller, as well as give their own vintage twist to some Australian classics.

What a fabulous evening's entertainment: gorgeous singers, great voices, harmonies to die for! Andy, The Other Palace Theatre, London

Meanwhile, The Victory Belles' 'AntipoDIVAS’ cabaret features the most dinky-die singing Sheila's this side of the black stump. This 5-star performance will bring you plenty of cheeky banter as they add their unique spin to songs by Aussie legends like Kylie, Men At Work & AC/DC!

The Victory Belles have performed their shows at some of the U.K’s most prestigious venues including The Other Palace theatre on London’s West End, Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club, 2 successful runs at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, The Crazy Coqs, The House of Commons and Australia House to name a few.

Performance info

Line-up Female vocals; female vocals; female vocals
Performance duration 2 x 45 minute sets

Booking options

Song requests
Add £0
The band are happy to learn and perform a request (e.g. first dance), subject to suitability
Add pianist
Add £195
Upgrade the trios backing track to a live pianist with added vocals
Add 3-piece band
Add £565
Add piano, bass and drums to accompany The Victory Belles
Add 5-piece band
Add £935
Add piano, drums, bass, trumpet and saxophone to accompany The Victory Belles
Acoustic background music
Add £POA
Live lounge style sets by the band's acoustic duo, ideal for drinks receptions or meals


Promo Video

Somebody That I Used To Know

Songs by Australian Artists (Trios)

Everything Old is New Again - Peter Allen (1920s Charleston style)
Highway to Hell/Thunderstruck - AC/DC (1950s rock n Roll style)
I Go To Rio/Love Is In The Air - Peter Allen / John Paul Young (vintage Latin beat)
I Should Be So Lucky - Kylie (1950s Shoo Bop style)
Land Down Under - Men At Work (re-worked with an ironic folk song twist…one of our most popular arrangements)
Somebody I Used To Know - Gotye (A Cappella arrangement with Aussie themed percussion instruments… another popular arrangement)
Staying Alive - Bee Gees (Vintage Swing)
You’re The Voice - John Farnham (1950s Rock n Roll style)
Georgy Girl - The Seekers (Vintage Jive/Swing)

Songs by Australian Artists (solos)

Chandelier- Sia (vintage swing style)
Don't Call Me Baby - Madison Avenue (vintage swing style)
I Need You Tonight - Inxs (re-worked into a haunting ballad)
I Touch Myself - Divinyls (1920s Charleston style)
It's a Long Way to the Top (If You Wanna Rock ‘N’ Roll) - AC/DC (1950s Rock n Roll style)
Never Been To Me - Charlene (Vintage swing)
Only A Ginger Can Call Another Ginger, Ginger (Prejudice) - Tim Minchin (Vintage Rhythm and Blues style)
Please Don't Ask Me - John Farnham (ballad)

Australian Songs (trios)

G’day, G’day - Slim Dusty (Vintage Swing)
Happy Little Vegemites- Famous Australian TV commercial (Vintage Swing style)
I Still Call Australia Home/Somewhere Over The Rainbow/Home medley- Peter Allen
Waltzing Matilda - Banjo Paterson (Vintage Swing)

Australian Themed Songs (trios)

Three Little Girls From Oz (Three Little Maids From School - Hot Mikado Version) (1930’s Swing style)
Sheila's (Sisters - White Christmas) (1950’s)

Australian Christmas Songs (trios)

Aussie Jingle Bells - Bucko & Champs (Puppini Sisters and Michael Buble version with Australian Lyrics)
Six White Boomers - Bucko & Champs version (traditional with 3-part harmony)
Carol of the Birds - by Colin Brumby (Vintage Latin feel)

Vintage Songs (mixture of solos and trios)

5 foot 2, Eyes of Blue - Art Landry (1920’s)
Ain’t Misbehavin’ - Fats Waller (1920’s)
Always True To You in my Fashion - Cole Porter (1950’s)
A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square - Vera Lynn (1940’s)
As Time Goes By - Dooley Wilson (1930’s/40’s)
Beat Me Daddy, 8 to the Bar - The Andrew Sisters (1940s)
Blow Gabriel Blow - Cole Porter (1930’s)
Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy - The Andrew Sisters (1940’s)
Button Up Your Overcoat - Ruth Etting (1920’s)
Chattanooga Choo Choo - Glenn Miller (1940’s)
Come Fly With Me - Frank Sinatra (1950’s)
Easter Parade - Fred Astaire and Judy Garland (1940’s)
Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree - The Andrew Sisters (1940’s)
Fly Me to the Moon - Frank Sinatra (1950’s)
Hit Me With A High Note - Duke Ellington (1940’s)
I Get a Kick - Cole Porter (1930’s)
I’ll Be Seeing You - Vera Lynn (1940’s)
I’m Nobody’s Baby - Ruth Etting (1920’s)
In The Mood - Glenn Miller (1940’s)
Johnny One Note - Ella Fitzgerald (1930’s)
Little Jazz Bird - George Gershwin (1920’s)
Lullaby Of Broadway - Boswell Sisters (1930’s)
Make It Another Old Fashioned Please - Ethel Merman (1940’s)
Skylark - Glenn Miller (1940’s)
We’ll Meet Again - Vera Lynn (1940’s)
Whatever Lola Wants - Sarah Vaughan (1950’s)
When I'm Cleaning Windows - George Formby (1930’s)
White Cliffs of Dover - Vera Lynn (1940’s)
Wish Me Luck - Vera Lynn (1940’s)
Yes, My Darling Daughter - Dinah Shore (1940’s)
You Are My Sunshine - Jimmie Davis (1930’s)

Vintage Christmas Songs (mixture of solos and trios)

Christmas Eve in Fairyland - Gracie Fields (1950’s)
Christmas Island - Andrew Sisters (1940’s)
Cool Yule - Louis Armstrong (1950’s)
Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas - Judy Garland (1940’s)
I'll Be Home For Christmas - Bing Crosby (1940’s)
I’m Gonna Be Warm This Winter - Connie Francis (1950’s)
Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! - Vaughn Monroe (1940’s)
Man With The Bag - Kay Starr (1950’s)
O Come, All Ye Faithful - Frances Langford (1930’s)
Silent Night - Lena Horne (1940’s)
The Christmas Song - Peggy Lee (1940’s)
The First Noel - Dinah Shore (1940’s)
The Little Boy That Santa Claus Forgot - Vera Lynn (1940’s)
Toyland - Anita Ellis (1940’s)
White Christmas - Bing Crosby (1940’s)
Winter Wonderland - (1930’s style)

Book with confidence! After events, we ask our clients what they thought of our acts. We publish what they say here, so you can read genuine, unbiased feedback before booking.

“Thank you doesn't seem adequate for the wonderful entertainment you gave us on Friday. You made the day for us and the feedback has been so positive and wonderful.Everyone loved the day and loved you and the was fantastic!!!!”

Belinda, dinner event, January 2020

“Big London Legacy supporters "The Victory Belles" put on another dynamite performance at the Toulouse Lautrec Jazz Club in South London on Friday, 20 December 2019. London Legacy was in attendance and the standing-room-only audience was treated to a non-stop, two-hour repertoire of Aussie contemporary and traditional favourites, all delivered with the girls' perfect three part harmonies and a stunning array of costumes.”

Simon, Christmas Show, Dec 2019

“The Victory Belles was a wonderful support to our evening. Everyone I spoke to loved and appreciated your presentation. It was quite special and a nice reminder of home for those of us living on the other side of the world.”

Simon, Gala dinner, November 2019

“Really lovely evening with the fantastic The Victory Belles. Great show, fab material and a really lovely atmosphere!”

Rosie, Birthday party, Oct 2019

“Outrageous! Aussie songs, including Waltzing Matilda (of course), Land Down Under and I Should Be So Lucky, performed like you've never heard before. All the songs especially arranged to be almost unrecognisable, and performed with verve and self-mocking sassiness by three highly skilled singer-performers. A great mixture of talent, wit and fun. Perfect for an entertaining, and different night.”

Patsy, Corporate event, July 2019

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