Tuesday, August 01, 2006

I implore you all to go to iTunes or your nearest music store and purchase a copy of Betcha Bottom Dollar by the Puppini Sisters. They are the fabulous act that I saw at Duckie the other week and are well worth a listen to. Campy, quirky and clever they are a modern swing group consisting of 3 gorgeous girls and a hunk-filled band. As well as classic swing tunes such as Mr Sandman and Jeepers Creepers, they also do perfectly harmonised versions of camp modern classics such as I Will Survive, Heart of Glass and Wuthering Heights and a sublime version of Panic by the Smiths....

It's all well worth a listen to. Go on, feel smug and discover them before they hit the big time!

5 comments:

kev said...

Oh and have you heard their version of Heart of Glass?? Wow they are so cool

xx

kev said...

By the way, you you know if you have an rss feed on this blog so i can read it via my LJ friends page. I have a few Blogger journals linked that way but i can't seem to find your rss link?

czechOUT said...

what are they the same as the Transylvanian sisters whose name escapes me...the Ketchup Girls...oh I know that's close. They are now bankrupt.

BTW, love the blog, welcome

czechOUT said...

Cheeky Girls...bitch. As soon as I posted I knew it

Gaymosexual said...

Ah the Cheeky Girls, bless their little cotton hotpants. Although, I did think you were on about ultra camp Las Ketchup at first!