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Sweethearts / Bio

Sweethearts are the present and future of soul music. Playing nu-soul, a fusion of styles based around classic soul, Sweethearts is the most exciting band of young female musicians in the world.

"These girls are the future of soul music. They really are exceptionally good.” - Vince Peach, Soul Time PBS 106.7

Their all girl power show (25 piece) includes a mixture of originals and re worked classic sounds.

Sweethearts have redefined what is possible, being the only school based band in the world that plays exclusively in professional settings.

They tour the world and are a festival hit performing at big music festivals; They write their own songs and record CDs; There is even a TV series about them.

“The Sweethearts are literally a spectacular act.” - Mike Atherton – UK Blues & Root Magazine

In 2013 “Heart and Soul”, a 13 episode documentary series that features the girls was screened on ABC TV. A second series has been commissioned by the ABC and currently a film crew is following the band at rehearsals and gigs.

Sweetheart’s latest EP, “Bar Roma" was nominated for "Best Soul Album of the Year” in The Age/Music Victoria Awards.

Some of the amazing places and events they have performed are:
Porretta Soul Festival (Italy) ,Montreux Jazz Festival (Switzerland), Boogie 7 (Melbourne), Luzern Blues Festival (Switzerland), Parma Summer Festival (Italy), Jazz a Vienne (France), Soul a Go Go (Melbourne), Port Fairy Folk Festival, Queenscliff Music Festival, Apollo Bay Music Festival, Cherryfest (Melbourne), Woodford Folk Festival (Queensland), Anglesea Music Festival, Music on the Mount (Mt Elephant), Melbourne Music Week, Mordialloc Music Festival......

Wherever they go the crowds love them. Strap in, hold on, and get ready to be swept away. Don’t miss them!

General Info

Artist Name
Sweethearts
Profile Page
https://www.reverbnation.com/sweethearts
Genres
R&B/Soul / Nu Soul / Motown

Contact Info

Location
Geelong, VIC, AU
Manager
Mark Pullin

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