Sydney’s Best 1920s Orchestra In Canberra 27 June 2013


The Lounge Bar Lotharios, Sydney’s best 1920s jazz orchestra, opened the Generations Of Jazz concert series, Canberra Southern Cross Club, Woden, on Thursday night, 27 June 2013. photos by Conrad Davey.

The Lounge Bar Lotharios 1920s Orchestra at The Southern Cross Club, Woden, ACT, 27 June 2013
The Lounge Bar Lotharios 1920s Orchestra at The Southern Cross Club, Woden, ACT, 27 June 2013. In photo, musical director, Geoff Power, trumpet; Al Davey, trumpet; Grahame Conlon, banjo; Adam Barnard, drums; Ron Nairn, sax; Rod Herbert, sousaphone
Greg Poppleton, Sydney's only authentic 1920s singer , fronting The Louneg bar Lotharios 1920s show in Canberra
Greg Poppleton, Sydney’s only authentic 1920s singer , fronting The Lounge bar Lotharios 1920s show in Canberra
Paul Furniss, clarinet, soloing in The Lounge Bar Lotharios. Also in the reeds section, Ron Nairn and David Horniblow (l - r)
Paul Furniss, clarinet, soloing in The Lounge Bar Lotharios. Also in the reeds section, Ron Nairn and David Horniblow (l – r)
Rod Herbert, sousaphone, with The Lounge Bar Lotharios, Woden ACT 1920s Concert
Rod Herbert, sousaphone; Tony Gardner, piano; Grahame Conlon, banjo with The Lounge Bar Lotharios, Woden ACT 1920s Concert
The Lounge Bar Lotharios 1920s Orchestra at The Souther Cross Club, Woden, ACT, 27 June 2013
The Lounge Bar Lotharios 1920s Orchestra at The Southern Cross Club, Woden, ACT, 27 June 2013

The Lounge Bar Lotharios look forward to play for you at your wedding, corporate party and celebration. You can book Sydney’s best 1920s Orchestra on the band’s website: sydney1920sjazzorchestra.com.au

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