Blue Dolls

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The Blue Dolls
Origin Turin, Italy
Genres A cappella, pop, jazz, Close harmony
Years active 2005-present
Labels CDJ
Members Viviana Dragani
Angelica Dettori
Flavia Barbacetto

The Blue Dolls are a musical trio specializing in Italian 1940s style vocal 'close harmony' music such as Trio Lescano. Members consist of Viviana Dragani and Angelica Dettori and Flavia Barbacetto.

The group was founded by their pianist Paolo Volante. The Blue Dolls' debut album, "Voilà les Dolls", contains only 6 tracks, 3 Italian songs of Trio Lescano and 3 Andrews Sisters' songs. In February 2007 they issued their second CD, "The Blue Dolls". In October 2011 they issued their third CD, "Mille Lire al Mese".

The Blue Dolls are currently supported by a four-piece band featuring Paolo Volante on piano, Marco Parodi on guitar, Luca Rigazio on drums/percussion and upright bassist Riccardo Vigorè.



  • "Voilà les Dolls" (2006)
  • "The Blue Dolls" (2009)
  • "Mille Lire al mese" (2013)

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