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Latest revision as of 23:47, 14 August 2019

The ABC Sisters
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Background Information

Hometown

Ann Arbor

Genre

Swing‎, ‎boogie-woogie‎; ‎traditional pop‎, Andrew Sisters tribute act

Years Active

2015 - Present

Website

abcsisterssing.com

Members

Ayla Eichenhofer
Bailey Davenport
Carly J. Buchbinder

About

The ABC Sisters L-R
Bailey Davenport, Carly J. Buchbinder, Ayla Eichenhofer

The ABC Sisters, Ayla, Bailey and Carly are three real-life sisters who pay tribute to the most famous sister act in history, the Andrew’s Sisters. Their skillfully blended three-part harmonies and trumpet-like scat singing harmonies, at times, are almost indistinguishable from the Andrew Sisters with their boogie-woogie dance moves reminiscent of the famous trio of the 1940s delight their audiences.


External Links

Website
Facebook


Videos

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