The Starlite Sisters grew up falling in love with the music and vocal style of the Golden Era of Hollywood by watching classic movies. Their unique blend together with a youthful and peppy performance style takes audiences back to a time when big bands and sister acts were an everyday part of life. They will appear on Sunday, May 14 at the Metropolitan Room (34 West 22 Street, Manhattan) for a 4 pm show.
Known for their precision close harmony and superb choice of material, The Starlite Sisters were influenced by other girl singing groups of the Golden Era of entertainment, such as the Boswell Sisters, pioneers of the jazz age, as well as the McGuire Sisters, the Peters Sisters, the Lennon Sisters and, of course, the Andrews Sisters. Songwriter Larry Kerchner, who was instrumental in bringing the Starlite Sisters to New York, says, “These three beauties are a delight – and they are good. I’ve heard a tremendous amount of talent in my career and The Starlite Sisters have definitely impressed me anew.”
The trio got their start singing with the Johnny Crawford Dance Orchestra in 2014, after Crawford saw them perform their Old Hollywood western act in LA with Will Ryan, as The Saguaro Sisters. It wasn’t long before the trio began performing with TV icon Crawford at the Orpheum Theatre – an uncannily similar start as their idols, the Andrews! The group has since become a staple at the world-famous Cicada Club, and other vintage venues around the Los Angeles area.
THE STARLITE SISTERS
Celebrating Singin’ & Swingin’ Sistas from Hollywood’s Golden Age
Sunday, May 14th, 4:00 PM
Metropolitan Room. 34 West 22nd Street
Cover $24 + $25 Minimum Food/Beverage
Reservations: (212) 206-0440 or online at