The Tootsie Rollers - Bringing Vintage Bang Up To Date

London’s original retro girl band fuse old-school classics with contemporary hits.

The Tootsies have taken their unique sound all over the world, and played everywhere from Royal Palaces to Music Festivals. They count Colin Firth, Richard Branson, and HRH Prince Charles amongst their celebrity followers.

Their recent single 'Walk the Walk' in aid of breast cancer awareness shot to number one in the jazz charts.

Catch the Tootsies’ monthly column in Vintage Life Magazine.

The Tootsie Rollers' charity single Walk The Walk is available from iTunes. To download your copy and support the work of breast cancer charity The Moonwalk click here.

Meet The Tootsies

The

Poppet

Katy

The Poppet is cheeky, lively and cute. This sparkly starlet is smart, straight-talking and optimistic, but with a naughty twinkle in her eye!

Retro icon:
Mitzi Gaynor

The

Siren

Khiley

The Siren is never short of admirers. Hopelessly devoted to each and every one she is a true romantic at heart. She never stops looking for Mr Right and if she picks up a few little Tiffanys trinkets on the way so be it.

Retro icon:
Elizabeth Taylor

The

Sweetheart

Anna

The Sweetheart is wide-eyed, charming and loyal. This girl-next-door is every girl and guy's best friend with her great sense of fun and caring nature.

Retro icon:
Judy Garland

The

Diva

Lisa

The Diva is, as her title suggests, bold, extravagant, charismatic and fierce. Her sense of humour and penchant for the decadent ensures The Diva throws the best party in town.

Retro icon:
Rita Hayworth

The

Peach

Meg

The Peach is the ultimate 5th avenue princess. Charming and sophisticated, she appears poised and unobtainable. In truth she is mischievous, audacious and wickedly jocular.

Retro icon:
Grace Kelly

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Upcoming Public Gigs

  • 2

    Dec

    A Merry Tootsie Christmas - Wales Millenuium Centre

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  • 23

    Dec

    Royal Ascot

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Press

Hitting the headlines at Royal Ascot

More front page coverage of their appearance at Royal Ascot

Charity Garden Party in aid of Help For Heroes

Sold out 'Tootsies Talk of the Town' Show at The Hippodrome

Tootsies about Town. At London Fashion with designer Lulu Guinness

Lytham Festival supporting Elaine Paige

Stopping traffic in Oxford Circus at their charity single launch raising funds for Walk the Walk breast cancer charity.

Performing on stage

Virgin Festival supporting Sam Smith

Front page of The Times following their appearance at Royal Ascot

Jamming with Bruce Forsyth in Hello! Magazine

Music

The Tootsie Rollers' charity single Walk The Walk is available from iTunes. To download your copy and support the work of breast cancer charity The Moonwalk click here

Contact us to order a copy of our album Born in the Wrong Era

Repertoire

The Tootsie Rollers dazzle audiences with their sizzling sound and slick vintage styling. Their music fuses Golden Era Classics with Contemporary Hits. In a Tootsie set Pharrell Williams joins Judy Garland and Duke Ellington meets Rizzle Kicks.

The Tootsies also write and record their own material.

Golden Era Classics

  • S'Wonderful - Gershwin
  • Almost Like Being in Love - from Brigadoon
  • I Got Rhythm - Gershwin
  • Lullaby of Broadway - from 42nd Street
  • The Lady is a Tramp - Frank Sinatra
  • All I Do - from Singin' In The Rain
  • The Man That Got Away - from A Star is Born
  • Diamonds Are a Girls Best Friend - from Gentlemen prefer Blondes
  • Le Jazz Hot - from Victor/Victoria
  • Chattanooga Choo Choo - Glen Miller
  • Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree - The Andrews Sisters
  • I’ve Got My Love to Keep Me Warm - Ella Fitzgerald
  • Miss Otis Regrets - Bette Midler

Contemporary with a Tootsie Twist

  • All About The Bass/Slap That Bass - Meghan Trainor/Gershwin
  • Shake It Off/Let's Face The Music and Dance - Taylor Swift/Berlin
  • Happy/Get Happy - Pharell Williams/Judy Garland
  • Let's Get Down With The Trumpets/Don't Mean a Thin if it Ain't Got That Swing - Rizzle Kicks/Dizzie Rascal
  • Hold My Hand/Come Fly With Me - Jess Glynne/Frank Sinatra
  • Uptown Funk/Fever - Mark Ronson/Peggy Lee
  • In The Mood/Bootilicious - Glen Miller/Destiny's Child
  • Umbrella - Rihanna
  • Dance Apocalyptic - Janelle Monae
  • Blurred Lines - Robin Thicke
  • Bang Bang - Will.I.Am
  • Forget You - Cee-Lo Green
  • Diva Mash Up - Various
  • Move - Little Mix

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