It is in September 2004 that Marcella Puppini, Emma Smith and Kate Mullins, three former students of Trinity College of Music, founded the Puppini Sisters. Dressed in a glamorous style inspired by the '40s, the Puppini Sisters have developed shifted versions of classics like "The Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy, " "Panic"of Smith (their version is pure genius "- New Woman Magazine) or "Wuthering Heights" by Kate Bush, first moving crowds of admirers in the coolest clubs, then give them the signing of an important agreement with Universal Classics & Jazz.
Hollywood's new album
When you love the songs passionately ... such as we wrote when jazz and pop music mingled, when you can not imagine going on stage without splendid dresses vintage radiantly forms, we can not stay away from Hollywood.
Dive into the heart of the great cinema of the 40s, 50, 60 in eleven songs. Or rather ten times and Hollywood, collective composition of Puppini Sisters in which they say their love for this space-time delighted with the great song Hollywood.