Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea


Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters, 1920s trio, helped raise funds for cancer research and patient support at Castle Mall, Castle Hill NSW for Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea

Held every year at Castle Mall, centre management hailed this year’s event as the best and most successful ever. With Greg Poppleton in the Bakelite Trio for this event were Chuck Morgan, banjo and uke, and Richard Booth, bass and soprano sax. James and Shivaun from the Sydney SwingKatz dance team swing danced to the band

Greg Poppleton and the bakelite Broadcasters played at Australia's Biggest Morning Tea on Thursday 30 May for Australia's biggest Morning Tea, raising money for cancer research and support services
Greg Poppleton and the bakelite Broadcasters played at Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea on Thursday 30 May for Australia’s biggest Morning Tea, raising money for cancer research and support services
Greg Poppleton singing Tip Toe Through The Tulips for Australia's Biggest Morning Tea
Greg Poppleton singing Tip Toe Through The Tulips for Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea

Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters at Castle Mall. In picture: Chuck Morgan (banjo & uke) Richard Booth (soprano and bass saxes). Dancers: SwingKatz
Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters at Castle Mall. In picture: Chuck Morgan (banjo & uke) Richard Booth (soprano and bass saxes). Dancers: SwingKatz
Greg Poppleton singing the songs of the 1920s in the Bakelite Broadcasters at Castle Mall. In picture: Greg Poppleton (mic) Chuck Morgan (banjo & uke) Richard Booth (soprano and bass saxes). Dancers: SwingKatz
Greg Poppleton singing the songs of the 1920s in the Bakelite Broadcasters at Castle Mall. In picture: Greg Poppleton (mic) Chuck Morgan (banjo & uke) Richard Booth (soprano and bass saxes). Dancers: SwingKatz

To have Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters at your event, please visit the band’s official website www.bakelitejazz.com

Richard Booth, soprano and baritone sax cracks a smile
Richard Booth, soprano and baritone sax cracks a smile

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