Plan B (CD)
Release date Monday 24th March 2014. Available to preview on our Tunes page.
PLAN B IS NOW AVAILABLE - Buy here.
* * * * * BROADWAY BABY
* * * * THE SCOTSMAN
* * * * SCOTLAND ON SUNDAY
* * * * EDINBURGH SPOTLIGHT
BBC 'BEST OF THE FEST' EDINBURGH FRINGE 2014
Mixing equal measures of sweetness and sass, grit and glamour, heartbreak and hilarity
– cut with a dash of potent Scottish spirit –
Since 2006 The Bevvy Sisters have won a uniquely distinctive place in audiences’ hearts.
Their radiantly triple-layered voices and artfully wide-ranging repertoire of vintage,
contemporary and original songs stand out from the crowd in both style and substance.
Pure vocal magic, distilled to the power of three.
Eleven hot tracks, original and traditional, all sealed with their signature blend and a feel-good factor.
Capturing the spirit of their live performance - The joy and wow of three voices singing out as one.
It's captivating to watch such a sound erupt. The audience know they've seen something special.
* * * * * BROADWAY BABY
Plan B has a dazzling vibrancy, it works on all levels
and is a fabulous collection of songs as well as sounds.
There is clearly a special chemistry that they share...
Plan B is packed with a joie de vivre and an infectious energy.
FOLK RADIO UK – Simon Holland - Album of the Month
'Artful. Highly seductive. Enchanting. Scintillating.Authentic.
Innovative. Enlightening. Abundantly tasty. Addictive.
Netrhythms/STIRRINGS Magazine – David Kidman
'The vocal power of Heather, Gina and Cera melds together
with that combination of sass and class that is somehow edgy,
thrilling and as sweet and sublime as a Michelin starred desert course.'
FOLK RADIO UK - Live review.
First reaction. What is this?
The opening cut Ain’t No Grave just hit me right between the eyes.
More of all of this please!
FRoots - John Atkins
Imagine the Andrew Sisters with switchblades,
this is an album where attitude really counts.
This is Americana and swing delivered with a rough edged Celtic pragmatism
and the result is one that's well worth shouting about.
FATEA - Neil King
'I feel it's my calling to be an understudy Bevvy Sister' Eddi Reader
'If we were girls - We'd wanna be The Bevvy Sisters' Lau
'Luscious. Lovely. Tuneful. The Bevvy Sisters can mix the dirtiest martini in town, then sing it.' Eliza Carthy
'The only thing better than getting to listen to The Bevvy Sisters, is getting to sing with them' Dick Gaughan