“The Langley Sisters hail from England and count among their influences The Shirelles, The Shangri-Las, and the Andrews Sisters. But rather than use the harmonic girl-group triumvirate as a jump-off point for further ventures into the beyond (as, say, some of the ironically unaccompanied no-fi-ers like Dum Dum Girls or Best Coast do), these three …Read more »
Ian Sandwell, The Music Fix
“The Langley Sisters, surely one of the most aesthetically pleasing acts to have ever graced the Scala stage. It was unlikely that there was a single person in the crowd that was not transfixed by this terrific trio.”
Natalie Odell, London Lite
“Recently I stumbled across the angelic vocals and nostalgia-inspiring harmonies of The Langley Sisters. Their shimmering stage presence and Twenties show tunes delighted us all.”
Chris Martins, LA Weekly
“The Langley Sisters offer up music that’s jaunty, feminine, light. Which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. B-side “Someday In The Past” is a delicate, folksy track sure to inspire a little introspection.”
“The new millennium’s answer to the Lennon Sisters is the Langley Sisters, a family trio from London that creates music that sounds like it was pulled from the pages of a fairy tale.”
“The new millennium’s answer to the Lennon Sisters is the Langley Sisters, a family trio from London that creates music that sounds like it was pulled from the pages of a fairy tale. ‘Strange To Be In Love’ for example, overflows with heavenly vocal harmonies and whimsical lyrics, such as “I’ll be your Rita Hayworth …Read more »
‘It’s Strange to Be In Love’ (The Langley Sisters – written by Ed Harcourt) featured as ‘Today’s Top Tune’ on www.kcrw.comRead more »
We Are Available For...
- Corporate Functions
- Themed Events
The Langley sisters are the genuine article.
Gita, Rosie and Edie Langley have been singing and making music together since childhood. Their close three-part harmony group heralds from the golden Hollywood age and their classic renditions of The Andrew Sisters songs and other vintage hits of the 1920’s, 30’s, 40’s and 50’s never fail to wow an audience. The Sisters have performed at many of London’s finest venues and have supported Jools Holland and Paloma Faith on tour.
What We Do
The Langley Sisters perform their songs to backing track which is pre-recorded by their live band. Performance sets can be tailored to your party needs. Always in keeping with your event, the girls dress in beautiful vintage-inspired silk gowns by Jenny Packham and have a number of matching eye-catching outfits for your chosen era.
For a twist – The Langley Sisters also perform modern songs with a retro edge, which we find works very well as a second set performance for dancing and also leads very well into a DJ set if the night continues on.
Vintage Set List:
Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy – The Andrew Sisters
Bir Mir Bist Du Schon – The Andrew Sisters
Mr Sandman – The Chordettes
Blue Velvet – Bobby Vinton
Now And Then – Elvis
Every Day – Buddy Holly
Take Your Sweet Time – The Langley Sisters
Don’t Sit Under The Apple Tree – The Andrew Sisters
At Last – Etta James
My Name Is Tallulah
It’s Strange To Be In Love –The Langley Sisters
Modern Twist Set List:
Diamonds – Rhianna
Walk Like An Egyptian – The Bangles
Born To Die – Lana Del Rey
No One Knows – Queens of The Stone Age
Tighten Up – The Black Keys
Never Forget You – The Noisettes
Crazy In Love – Beyonce