The New ChordettesMr. Sandman, Lollipop, Never on a Sunday, Eddie My Love... all made famous by The Chordettes. In 1946, The Chordettes premiered on the Arthur Godfrey Show, and their lush vocal sound brought them a string of hits turning them into a singing sensation. There biggest hit song "Mr. Sandman" was on the charts for many weeks and was recorded by a multitude of artists. Forty years later, Judy Duncan and her husband Bob decided to bring back those musical memories and reorganized the group in the the current New Chordettes.
With beautiful costumes, elegant choreography, slick and classy comedy, audience participation, and silky smooth harmonies, The New Chordettes create four-part and solo vocal magic that leaves every audience wanting more. They bring a rich taste of the big band era with such standards as In The Mood, Begin the Beguine, Stardust and Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy.
These lovely ladies have recreated the original sound of the great 50's and 60's girls groups with songs by The Shirelles, The McGuire Sisters, The Supremes and many others. Their harmonizing and doo-wopping is a trip down nostalgia lane - a recollection of poodle skirts, cat-eye glasses and girls in love with guys in love with their cars. Each concert is filled with hit songs reminiscent of a bygone era. Roars of laughter are heard as the girls sing to unsuspecting but delighted men in the crowd.
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Medley One (newchordettes/newchordettes-medley01-lg.wmv)
Medley Two (newchordettes/newchordettes-medley02-lg.wmv)