Sentimental Journey is an award-winning-harmony trio performing music of the 40s, 50s, and more. Known for their unique blend and smooth harmonies, they often sing in the style of the McGuire Sisters and Andrews Sisters, although each of the members can perform solos on their own.
Additional instrumentalists available if needed.
They are available or wedding ceremonies and cocktail hours, private parties, events, ribbon cuttings, private house concerts, etc.
Call 523-521-6225 for rates
They are currently Performing monthly at
Desert Rose Steakhouse
6729 N 57th Dr., Glendale, AZ
Reservations recommended by calling 623-937-3004
Tell them Sentimental Journey sent you for best seating.
Audrey, Dawn, and Gale started singing together in church in the mid-80s and immediately felt the magic of their blended voices. A wedding here and there, and other private events, led them to create a name that fit the music they loved when they joined with Jazzola playing evenings at the Coffee Plantation at The Biltmore Fashion Square. One thing led to another and they were asked to fill in for a couple of weeks at The Calico Cow in Phoenix. Two weeks turned into several months before the restaurant shut down suddenly. They recorded a CD called Sentimental Journey which has sold out and has not been re-printed.
From there we moved into Western Music - not Country Western, although we've been part of a Women in Country tribute group honoring them through the ages.
Western Music created the beginning of Journey West - borrowing the "Journey" from Sentimental Journey, moving it a bit farther to the West. They recorded an CD called Driften' West, because that is exactly what they did - we drifted towards Western Music with old traditional western songs like Tumbling Tumbleweeds, Blue Prairie, Ghost Riders in the Sky, but also added some music from some of the top contemporary western music artists. They performed at Silver Dollar City in Branson, Missouri
They were asked to join a new group that was being created in Western Music where we became part of the Red Hot Rhythm Rustlers performing a Silver Screen Cowboy tribute dinner show in Palm Springs, CA and later Glendale, AZ and also did a Midwest Tour with the show and performed at several Festivals and events.
The Red Hot Rhythm Rustlers recorded two CDs, won Album of the Year, Group of the Year, and our lead guitarist, Tom Boyer, won Instrumentalist of the Year with the International Western Music Association.
Their biggest influencers are the Andrews Sisters and McGuire Sisters, The Sons of the Pioneers, and any song to which they can add their beautiful harmonies and unique blend .
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