The Segue Sisters

28 August 2011

Segue Sisters Carrie Marx, Charlotte Jo Hanbury and Kerrie Fairclough combine their harmonious singing and unique comic personas to give a fresh take on classic tunes from the past, present and future.

Originally taking their influence from 1940′s singing trio The Andrews Sisters, the girls incorporate this classic style of singing to perform a range of repertoire from ‘Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy of Company B’ to the more contemporary rock songs of groups such as Nirvana and Alice Cooper – to provide a cheeky comic twist.

British readers will notice some familiar faces in here - Steve Furst, Al Murray, Arthur Smith, and Lionel Blair.  The video was directed and edited by Chris Lincé.

Give a Gift

If you enjoyed this article, please consider making a gift to help Kuriositas to continue to bring you fascinating features, photographs and videos.
Thank you!

Pick your favorite way to stay updated

Amung Feedjit
Follow Kuriositas on Facebook