The Swing City Dolls are a delightful trio of superb musical talent with a unique nostalgic style. Influenced by the tight harmonies of the Andrew Sisters, these dynamic entertainers combine a vintage look and choreography with lively, original music arrangements that appeal to audiences of all ages. With an extraordinary vocal blend, fun flirtatious style, and engaging performance, the Dolls have been referred to as “the 1940s version of the Dream Girls. It was over ten years ago that these young ladies started singing and dancing together. They have extensive experience at corporate events, on cruise ships and in the theater. Their accomplishments include television appearances, radio broadcasts, and hundreds of live stage productions. “The Dolls” have appeared up and down the Las Vegas Strip, opening for Lionel Richie at the Wynn Hotel and Casino, and featured as vocalists for Frankie Avalon and Bobby Rydell at the Las Vegas Hilton. They have sun with numerous recording artists including BJ Thomas, Leslie Gore, Marilyn McCoo, Billy Davis Jr. and Lou Christy. The “Swing City Dolls” have proven to enjoy a wonderful rapport with their audiences, including those of all ages from the youth of today, to our honored American Veterans. They have received accolades from such notable artists as Paul Williams, Jerry Lewis, Mario Andretti, and Tony Butalla of the the Lettermen.