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Gracie and Lacy

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With rave reviews in New York City, and hailed as "one of the most celebrated teams" in the Lowcountry (Lowcountry Today), sisters Gracie & Lacy bridge the generations, proving that CLASSIC never goes out of style. The award-winning vocal and dance duo have appeared on stage and screen, including NYC's legendary 54/Below, NASA's Apollo Saturn V, Charleston Gaillard Center, Forte Jazz Lounge, Powell Symphony Hall, the St. Louis MUNY, Mar A Lago, HBO, NBC, FOX and ABC. Performing together for over two decades, the dynamic duo got their start in show business when their childhood "Broadway On The Driveway" shows began drawing large crowds, causing traffic jams and a visit from the local police...read more Gracie & Lacy are resident artists at Charleston, SC's premier jazz music venue, Forte Jazz Lounge

Album

Betcha Bottom Dollar

Label: Verve Music Group
Released: 2008
Track listing: Sisters; Mr. Sandman; Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy (from Company B); Java Jive; Bei Mir Bist Du Schon; Wuthering Heights; Jeepers Creepers; I Will Survive; Tu Vuo Fa L

Album

The Rise and Fall of Ruby Woo

Label: Verve Music Group
Released: 2008
Track listing: Spooky; Walk Like An Egyptian; Old Cape Cod; Soho Nights; I Can't Believe I'm Not A Millionaire; It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing); Could It Be Magic; Jilted; Crazy In Love; It's Not Over (Death Of The Toy Piano); And She Sang; We Have All The Time In The World.

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The Puppini Sisters: The Rise and Fall of Ruby Woo

Read "The Rise and Fall of Ruby Woo" reviewed by David Rickert


For those who have been longing for a revival of the Andrews Sisters style of singing (and surely Christina Aguilera's “Candyman" whetted a few appetites) the Puppini Sisters' second album, The Rise and Fall of Ruby Woo, will be right up their alley. The Sisters, one from Italy and two from England and none related, employ ...

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The Puppini Sisters: Betcha Bottom Dollar

Read "Betcha Bottom Dollar" reviewed by Woodrow Wilkins


The Andrews Sisters revisited? Not exactly. But the Puppini Sisters do capture their spirit, look and sound with their U.S. debut, Betcha Bottom Dollar. With three-part harmony, the trio brings 1940s music into the present-day, mixing some World War II-era classics with more contemporary pop and even disco selections--all done in the style popularized by the ...


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