Modern swing trio and close harmony vocalists The Puppini Sisters are set to celebrate 20 years since their inception with a special show at London’s Cagodan Hall this Autumn.

Founded in 2004 by Marcella Puppini, the band pioneered the neo burlesque/swing scene with their immaculate close harmonies and went on to realise worldwide success with the release of 6 albums, the first of which became the fastest selling jazz album of all time and gathering a multitude of fans around the globe including Michael Bublè and HM King Charles.

Currently with a line up of Marcella Puppini, Kate Mullins and Emma Smith, the Anglo Italian trio have previously won a gold disc for international sales of their first record, Betcha Bottom Dollar in 2007, which reached number two on the US Jazz Chart.

Marcella Puppini says “I can’t believe it’s been twenty years – time does fly when you’re having fun and it’s definitely been fun! We love to play dress up, sing old songs with a new spin or new songs with an old spin. Swing is infectious and cool, with its intricate syncopated rhythms and its echoes of fabulous dance parties. Harmony singing, in my opinion, resonates deeply with everybody – it’s as if it speaks directly to the soul.”

The special London show will see the The Puppini Sisters reminisce on the years gone by, performing their hits, fan favourites and a few surprises, in preparation for a brand new album to be released in 2025.

Tickets on-sale 21st June, 10am at

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