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The DeCastro Sisters

The DeCastro Sisters

The DeCastro Sisters


The DeCastros: Babette, Cherie, and Margarita (who went by the name Peggy) DeCastro, were a singing trio of sisters, and one cousin, Olgita DeCastro, who replaced Babette when she retired in 1958 to focus on her family. They were most active in the '40s and '50s, with their LP recordings released in the early '60s. Each sister was born in a different country: Babette, in Cuba; Cherie, the United States; Peggy, the Dominican Republic. Prior to coming to the United States in 1945 Read more on Last.fm
The DeCastros: Babette, Cherie, and Margarita (who went by the name Peggy) DeCastro, were a singing trio of sisters, and one cousin, Olgita DeCastro, who replaced Babette when she retired in 1958 to focus on her family. They were most active in the '40s and '50s, with their LP recordings released in the early '60s. Each sister was born in a different country: Babette, in Cuba; Cherie, the United States; Peggy, the Dominican Republic. Prior to coming to the United States in 1945, they were a popular nightclub act in Cuba, known for their lively performances, which included dancing, singing, comedy, and acting. The DeCastro sisters appeared in Groucho Marx's film Copacabana (1947) due to their affiliation with the renowned Carmen Miranda, but their first music recordings were not made until the early '50s. The sisters were consistently performing at clubs throughout the United States during their careers, including the Moulin Rouge.

They even reunited in the 1980s for several Las Vegas performances. Their recordings span across several labels, including Abbott, RCA, ABC, and Capitol. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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