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The Puppini Sisters

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Inspired by the sass and glamour of 1940s swing, The Puppini Sisters apply their three-part harmonies and stylishly retro sound to contemporary pop hits and classic standards. Led by Marcella Puppini, who moved from Bologna, Italy to London to study fashion before falling in love with the city's music scene, she formed the group after being inspired by the soundtrack to animated film The Triplets of Belleville. Recruiting fellow Trinity College of Music students Stephanie O'Brien and Kate Mullins in 2004, the trio's debut album Betcha Bottom Dollar (2006) featured covers of songs by The Smiths, Blondie and Kate Bush as well as a host of old time show tunes, and went on to reach Number 2 on the US Jazz charts. The girls took on The Bangles hit Walk Like An Egyptian and Beyoncé's Crazy In Love on follow-up The Rise And Fall of Ruby Woo (2007) and performed at the Glastonbury Festival before recording a version of Jingle Bells with Michael Bublé for his album Christmas (2011). Fourth album Hollywood (2012) was a tribute to great cinema soundtracks, but the line-up changed when O'Brien left the band in 2012 to pursue a solo career as a singer songwriter and was replaced, initially by Yorkshire singer Terrianne Passingham, who was herself replaced by acclaimed young jazz singer Emma Smith.