The Bettys (Lisette St. Louis, Patty Pedersen and Kalya Ramu ) are three bewitching ladies, who sing in close harmony, dress in delightfully matching attire, and move with sultry elegance. The group debuted in the Toronto music scene early 2010 and Since then, their many performances have been well received by diverse audiences internationally.
The Group’s genre spans from the 1920’s to the 1980’s including swing, cabaret, mo-town, and even 80’s rock. An evening with the Bettys is always sexy, hilarious, and memorable.
This Toronto-based vocal trio brings three part harmony into the modern age with a repertoire that includes everything from “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy” to “Eye of the Tiger.” Dressed in 1920’s-1960’s style wardrobe, the three sing like The Andrews Sisters with inspiring harmonies and perform classics such as “Mr. Sandman,” and “In the Mood,” but what makes the Bettys truly stand out are their show-stopping interpretations of more current tunes like: Aerosmith’s “Dude Looks like a Lady” and Hall & Oates “Maneater.” The Bettys cite everything from Marilyn Monroe to Nine Inch Nails to the neo-Burlesque movement as influences.