Amitie are a female vocal trio from Parkes NSW. They have been performing at Regional events for several years now including The Parkes Elvis Festival and the Trundle ABBA Festival. Christa, Shev and Christie met at their local theatre performing as the Pink Ladies from Grease in 2010. During months of rehearsals a strong friendship was formed and also a love of music from the 1950/60’s era, from there they decided to form their trio and sing the wonderful hits from this time period.
These ladies are sure to entertain you as they perform songs from the 50s, 60s and 70s. With their amazing combination of tones and fabulous harmonies, they will quickly sweep you back in time to the hits of Dusty Springfield, Petula Clark, Aretha Franklin, Connie Francis, Sandie Shaw, The Supremes, The Ronettes, The Shirelles, Leslie Gore and many more artists from the era.
Amitie have entertained on previous cruises, performing on Rock The Boat 5, Rock The Boat 6 and Cruise n’ Groove in 2017.
Shev, Christa and Christie look forward to sharing the fun with a whole new audience on Elvis Meets The Legends. So put on your dancing shoes or simply sit back, relax and listen to the fabulous sounds of Amitie.
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