The Manhattan Dolls perform "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy"
Join The Manhattan Dolls on a “Sentimental Journey” through the great music of the ’30s and ’40s this weekend!
The Sentimental Journey show blends beautiful ballads with your favorite toe-tapping tunes, in classic USO fashion and takes some time to honor our brave men and women in the military.
From boogie woogie to the blues, the program celebrates the best the Great American Songbook has to offer.
The concert is free and open to the entire community at St Mark’s UMC (1431 W. Magee Road) this Sunday from 3pm to 5pm. See you there!
The Manhattan Dolls originated in New York City and are a swing-style female vocal trio with the sound of the Andrews Sisters, now based out of Arizona. Started by former USO Girl Heather Stricker, The Dolls travel the world performing for military events, cruise ships, parades, jazz clubs and concert series. After leaving the USO, she wanted to continue performing and honoring the men and women who serve their country. The group has been featured on The Rachael Ray Show, BBC Radio London, Fox and Friends, LX 4 NY, The Tucson Morning Blend, Cincinnati Local 12 and more. They have had the pleasure of performing with famous bands including The Jive Aces in the UK, The Cotton Candies in France and The George Gee Orchestra and The Stan Rubin Orchestra in NYC.
The Dolls perform year-round all over Arizona but also travel wherever there is an event or concert series that wants a great show! This September, they will have a trio touring Texas for several shows and in December, 2019, will send a trio to perform in Belgium at the 75th Anniversary Event in honor of The Battle of the Bulge. You can also see them locally at the “Let Freedom Sing” show at the Fox Theatre on the Fourth of July. Click here for tickets.
The Manhattan Dolls are available for private bookings and are constantly touring the US and abroad. Keep up with them on their website at www.themanhattandolls.com and on their Facebook page at www.Facebook.com/TheManhattanDolls!
Watch the video below for another performance from The Manhattan Dolls and a look at the Pima Air and Space Museum!