The Glamophones.


Featuring Carrie-Anne (left), Laura & Kate.

 

The Glamophones are a retro girl trio with an old fashioned twist and a vintage look. Their beautiful harmonies will take you back to a golden era of bygone days. Wearing replica outfits and looking classy, sexy and sophisticated there's not a victory roll or seam out of place.

Julie Garland.


Siren soloist and is one half of the duo Vintage Delight.

 

Inspired by jazz, blues and fifties icons such as Ella Fitgerald, Billie Holiday and Doris Day,  Julie Garland is an experienced swing singer well known amongst muscicians on the jazz circuit. She has a velvety versatile voice that will transport you beyond the rainbow straight in to heaven.

Vintage Delight.


Featuring Geeta and Garland.

 

A delightful duo of wartime 'fortease' and 50s swing. Formed especially for the fundraising concert at the Aldridge Transport Museum. To Be Continued.

'REMEMBRANCE' - A wartime themed fundraising concert for the Aston Manor Road Transport Museum - Aldridge 2015

 

 

Performers and scenes from the Remembrance Day Concert

 

 

'Remembrance' Flyer

 

A Wartime Themed Fundraising Concert on behalf of The Aston Manor Road Transport Museum - Aldridge.

Registered Charity No. 519216

 

FEATURING:

 

The Glamophones - wartime trio tribute act

Julie Garland - swing siren soloist

Anvil Chorus - male barbershop choir

Vintage Delight - fortease singing duo

 

Also featuring war poems read by members of The Aldridge Youth Theatre, refreshments, fabulous raffle prizes, Winston Churchill speeches and Hetty's cupcakes.

 

Set in the Aldridge Transport Museum surrounded by historic buses, a military vehicle and other original exhibits.

 

Dress warm but why not dress up in vintage, military and 40s styles and make it an 'Afternoon to remember'.

 

Tickests:  £8.00 adult & £5.00 children   From:  2.30pm-5.00pm

 

Tickets Available on-line from Eventbrite on the Aldridge Transport Museum facebook page, the AMRTM website (www.amrtm.org) or reserve by phone at the Aston Manor Road Transport Museum - Aldridge on Telephone No. 01922 454 761.

Open: Saturday, Sunday & Tuesday 10.30am-4.00pm

 

Sponsored by Portobello Italian Restaurant - Aldridge and Fairlawns Hotel and Spa - Aldridge

 

Supported by the Performing Rights Society