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Wairarapa News

Head BeatGirl Andrea has just been a guest speaker at Scoop Enterprises 'Bubbles and Inspiration' - a monthly meeting for women in business.  This meeting was sell out, Andrea talked about how The BeatGirls began, where it's been and going and gave her personal tips on how to run a successful business.
See the article from the Wararapa News 25 May 2011

 

 

HER Magazine

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Callin' out around the world, are you ready for a brand new beat?

See the latest feature article on the BeatGirls from Her Magazine. November 2009.

HER Magazine

Callin' out around the world, are you ready for a brand new beat?

The 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s and beyond are available for your next corporate function thanks to The Beat Girls, New Zealand's favourite singing and dancing trio.

Maureen, Doreen and Chlorine are here to get your party started with their repertoire of hundreads of timeless hits including I Love the Nightlife, Twist and Shout and Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy...

See the full article on this website

 
 

UNO Magazine

'The Beatgirls was formed in 1996 by Andrea Sanders and Billy Watkins, following the success of their infamous cabaret show Blame it on the Bossa Nova.
They both continue to hit the stage, with Andrea clocking up around three performances a week as a Beatgirl. If you were in any doubt as to why they continue to live this crazy life, Andrea puts these to rest. "I love performing, and I love music. I get a kick out of thinking that we are like healers in a way, by providing music that people can get a release to.'

Find out more about how The Beatgirls got started in UNO, Wellington Lifestyle Magazine, summer 2007/08
We have put it on the website for you

 

 

North & South Magazine

'The glam trio's used to rock-star treatment overseas: limos picking them up in US cities, makeup artists fussing over their lippie before they go onstage at celeb-spotted Olympics parties. But it doesn't bother these girls one jot if the red carpet's not rolled out when they prepare for corporate gigs - their mainstay earners in New Zealand.'

See the September 2007 issue of North and South magazine for a full feature article on Total Entertainment and The BeatGirls!
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