The Hebbe Sisters – Jazz It Up and Move (Wolfgang Lohr Remix)

Are you ready to “Jazz it Up”? Spreading joy, charisma and that Swing The Hebbe Sisters’ new single represents the Swedish vocal trio perfectly.

“Jazz It Up” is a collaboration with Electro Swing’s great Wolfgang Lohr, who remixed this Neo Swing anthem and merges the sisters’ signature close harmony vocals, jazzy brass lines, Swing Hop beats and classic dubstep elements.

It’s a tribute to both The Andrew Sisters and the golden era of Swing embedded in modern, electronic music. An exciting combination that makes the track a must-listen that is likely to go straight into your spring playlist.

01. The Hebbe Sisters – Jazz It Up and Move (Wolfgang Lohr Remix)

Release Date: 2022-04-08

Composer: Emelie Hebbe
Lyrics: Odella Schattin
Arranger: Emelie Hebbe, Magnus Blom
Producer & Remixer: Wolfgang Lohr

Label: Electro Swing Thing / Catalog No: ESTSP026
© + ℗ 2022 Electro Swing Thing

Musicians: 🔥 💃 🎩 🙌
Vocals: The Hebbe Sisters (Emelie Hebbe, Josefine Hebbe, Maria Hebbe)
Double Bass: Jan Adefelt
Piano: Stefan Gustafson
Drums: Bengt Stark
Trumpet: Karl Olandersson
Saxophone: Klas Lindquist
Press Pics: Ulf Zetterlund (Photo Credit)

Biography – The Hebbe Sisters

Joy, charisma & musicality – three words that characterize these singing, swinging, showing and dancing sisters. With contagious energy and verve they perform music in their own innovative arrangements. Once The Hebbe Sisters enter the stage they will move and inspire their audience.

The three Hebbe sisters Emelie, Josefine and Maria tour regularly, both in Sweden and abroad, and have performed on stage together since early childhood. During the past years they have performed on Sweden’s biggest TV-shows, which gained them high popularity. Their individual voices chime in perfect unison since they are siblings. The Hebbe Sisters recently released their third album and biggest venture so far, Jazz It up and Move, in collaboration with members of Sweden’s current jazz elite. ” You girls sing clear like white, crystal snow. You are real artists.” / Nate Watts, Stevie Wonders Musical Director