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Female Musical Impersonators Make A Great Impact

abba_tribute_bandBook A Strong Female Musical Impersonator For A Melodious Experience

Booking a musician for your corporate event is sometimes fraught with uncertainty. If you’re hiring a group that plays original songs, you can’t always guarantee the quality or appeal of each track. And unless you have access to the biggest names in the business, you won’t be sure if your chosen act can connect with your audience — making them sing along, dance, and have a great time.

Luckily, our roster of talent gives you access to a number of celebrated impersonators who are like mirror images of their respective inspirations. If your office loves the song styling of a particular female singer or group — or if you’ve simply got a lot of ladies on payroll! — you’re going to love the strong female impersonators in our catalogue who are ready to be booked at a moment’s notice.

ABBA Again

If you’ve got a staff that just can’t get enough of the 1970s, then booking the always-entertaining ABBA Again will time-warp your colleagues back to the era when disco ruled the airwaves. This Vancouver-based four piece (composed of two female singers and two male back-up singers/musicians) have the charming melodies, glittery costumes, choreographed dance moves, and definitive Swedish vibe of the original ABBA — and they know how to get an audience on its feet and involved. They’ll be having your dance-floor, theatre-hall, or club grooving to iconic hits like “Dancing Queen,” “Mamma Mia,” “Voulez-Vous,” “SOS,” “Knowing Me, Knowing You,” “Eagle,” “Take a Chance on Me,” “Fernando,” “Does Your Mother Know,” and dozens more.

Kathy Thompson

When you think of an artist who combines over-the-top camp, Broadway showmanship, Hollywood glamour, and nightclub mystique, Bette Midler easily comes to mind. And our own Kathy Thompson is easily one of the most stunningly accurate Midler impersonators in the world. And while she’s capturing such classics as “Wind beneath My Wings,” “From a Distance,” and “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy” with her spot-on vocal abilities, she’s also bewitching your audience with her wit, generosity, and self-deprecating charm. Kathy Thompson has earned her way to the top of the very crowded “Divine Ms. M” impersonation market, and for good cause!

Shania Twin

If ’90s and early 2000s pop country gets your group fired up, then get a load of Shania Twin—a Shania Twain impersonator who’s garnered enthusiastic endorsements from Ms. Twain herself! This is certainly an act that gives the real deal a run for her money — for a fraction of the cost. Your staff will be captivated by Shania’s singing, dancing, wardrobe, light show, and excellent backing musicians. Performing upbeat hits like “Come on Over,” “Man! I Feel Like a Woman,” “That Don’t Impress Me Much,” and “Any Man of Mine” to feel-good ballads like “Still the One” and “You’ve Got a Way,” Shania Twin—otherwise known as Donna Huber—is a shot of energy into any gathering, mixing world-travelled professionalism with small-town Canadian appeal that’s perfect for any country-minded corporate event.

Karen Grainger

Can’t stick to just one amazing artist? Then why not combine the works of several unforgettable divas into one mercurial and dazzling performer: the multi-talented and keenly funny Karen Grainger! With her “Divas Live!” and “All in One” shows, Grainger channels the vocal patterns, on-stage antics, and unique flavour of megastars like Reba McEntire, Celine Dion, Cher, Tina Turner, Whitney Houston, Barbara Streisand, and even more. You’ll be spellbound by her ability to sound just like some of the best singers in the world, and you’ll be laughing out loud from her charismatic blend of audience participation and crowd-pleasing banter. With Grainger, you’ll have a perfect event filled with chart-topping singles — all in one!

For any of these listed acts, or to see a whole lot more in the way of gifted comedic and musical performers, get in touch with us today and let’s make a night your audience will never forget!

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