Meet the fantastic singers who comprise our vintage trio and our super stand-ins!
…is a graduate of the University of Aberdeen where she studied music teaching before earning a place at the Royal Academy of Music in London on the post-graduate musical theatre course. Susan has been a professional singer for many years and enjoys singing in an array of styles and genres and is very excited to be the founding member and one third of The Vintage Girls! She has worked with many industry professionals including Brian May and Jason Robert Brown and has performed as a singer, and actress in varying roles throughout her career. Susan has recently performed in the prestigious jazz venue – Pizza Express Live in Soho – and is a keen song-writer. Susan loves to delve into the world of close harmony singing and all things vintage and retro!
Favourite Pin-Up: Marilyn Monroe
Favourite Quote: “Act as if what you do makes a difference; it does” – William James
Favourite Vintage Song: Mr Sandman
… Is a graduate from the Royal Northern College of Music with a 1st Class degree in Popular Music and Performance. Specialising in vocal studies, Mary has been scouted to perform internationally as a lead and backing vocalist in Shanghai, Denmark and across the UK with various organisations. She has received masterclass’s with the likes of Snarky Puppy, Jason Rebello, Annabel Williams and Mary Hammond. Although Mary is never one to shy away from the lime-light – she enjoys learning the importance of blend and working to create a uniformed sound with her vintage sisters. Oh, and she does love a red lippy!!
Favourite Pin-Up: Billie Holiday
Favourite Quote: “You’re off to great places! Today is your day! Your mountain is waiting, so get on your way!” – Dr. Seuss
Favourite Vintage Song: Don’t Look Back in Anger
…is an actor and singer from Dundee. She began performing with The Vintage Girls in 2016, taking a year out in 2018 when she earned a scholarship to Acting Coach Scotland’s Professional Diploma in Stage and Screen Acting.
She has been singing since a very young age and is particularly passionate about musical theatre – having been cast in the Chris Moreno’s national tour of Annie at the age of 11. Rebecca has always loved performing and is thrilled to be on this journey with her vintage sisters.
Favourite Pin Up: Ava Gardner
Favourite Quote: “I don’t know where I’m going from here, but I promise it won’t be boring.” – David Bowie
Favourite Vintage Song: Sing Sing Sing
…is very excited to be a member of The Vintage Girls, having idolised vintage music and fashion from a young age. Aside from her day job as a psychologist, Mia currently works as a piano and singing teacher, and performs at gigs regularly. Mia also has a love for musical theatre, having played Aida in Elton John & Tim Rice’s Aida, Bonnie in Bonnie & Clyde and Cinderella in Cinderella the Pantomime. Mia is thrilled to be a part of this musical venture with her Vintage sisters, having grown up listening to the classics from The Andrew Sisters, The Supremes and The Rat Pack. She enjoys taking the Chattanooga Choo Choo with you to the golden era of popular music – roll on the polka dots and red lippy!
Favourite Pin-Up: Dorothy Dandridge
Favourite Quote: “If you think adventure is dangerous, try routine. It is lethal.” – Paulo Coelho
Favourite Vintage Song: Candy Man
…is a Music Teacher from Dundee. Trained at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, Eve specialised in trumpet and vocal studies and enjoys playing in orchestras and bands in the North East of Scotland. She has even played in the Royal Albert Hall in London and for the King of Norway! Eve has gained experience in dance and produced and featured in amateur musical theatre productions such as Joseph and his Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, High School Musical and Hairspray but normally prefers a background role in the dark band pit! It’s all change now as a lead Vintage Girl!
Favourite Vintage Pin-Up: Nina Simone
Favourite Quote : “People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel” – Maya Angelou
Favourite Vintage Song: Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy