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The BelleFleurs are a Bath based trio, who take songs from Pop, Metal, Rock and Punk, give them a good spanking and make into completely new arrangements!

Vintage harmonies but no Vintage tribute act. We are slowly re-writing The Andrew’s Sisters Songbook!

There is no one quite like The BelleFleurs!

The BelleFleurs (founded 2011) ……How it all began….by Tanya Rich. AKA The Boss!

“ I love the close harmonies of 40’s groups like the Andrews Sisters and music of that era; but got so tired of hearing every girl group constantly doing the same type of material. So, as much as I enjoyed singing it, I wanted to combine my admiration and affection for this genre of music with my own love of Metal, Punk, Rock and some Pop.

Kate Harbour-The Vintage Vixen and Emma ‘Bluebell’ Spark-The Firecracker helped me achieve my dreams of producing a Female Trio like no other. Super close harmonies, an individual look &original arrangements, all held together by utter professionalism and a great sense of humour!

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We play a mean warming pan too!

copyright Photo Andrew Nash, Clothes by ACBW

Yellow, Blue and Green-our new colours


Lorraine Chase:- Actress and British Treasure!…l so loved your performance at the Bath Comedy Gala (6/4/14) and look forward to seeing you again hugs x People, go see !!

Mik Artistik:-The Belle Fleurs are a sexy ,sharp and funny bunch of women, who stopped me in my tracks when I heard their lovely harmonies at Glastonbury. It was a pleasure to share the same stage with them at Bath Comedy Festival too. Top Drawer!

Ralph Oswick:- Artistic Director of The Natural Theatre Company…Familiar songs with a new twist delivered with zest, aplomb and not a little sex appeal! Beautifully sung and very funny too.

Andrew Gibson, Professor of Modern Literature and Theory, University of London:-…Sexual politics with a smile and and a wink: wry, witty, ironical, versatile and prolifically inventive chanteuses, the Bellefleurs are one of the most arresting, amusing and just plain likeable acts to come out of the subculture of the women’s movement since feminist cabaret in 80s London’.

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