2013 Glen Street Theatre Jazz Festival 1920s Singer And Orchestra


The Lounge Bar Lotharios - 1920s Dance Orchestra
The Lounge Bar Lotharios – 1920s Dance Orchestra

Roaring 20s Orchestra, The Lounge Bar Lotharios, opened the 2013 Glen Street Theatre Jazz Festival on 6 September. Here are some photos of Sydney’s only authentic 1920s dance orchestra on stage…

Tony is available to help you have the band for your occasion, too: T: 02 9567 7171 | M: 0407 941 263 | E: OzManagement

Greg Poppleton, authentic 1920s singer, on stage at The Glen Street Theatre with Roaring 20s dance orchestra, The Lounge Bar Lotharios
Greg Poppleton, authentic 1920s singer, on stage at The Glen Street Theatre with Roaring 20s dance orchestra, The Lounge Bar Lotharios
Geoff Power, 1st trumpet and musical director with The Lounge Bar Lotharios
Geoff Power, 1st trumpet and musical director with The Lounge Bar Lotharios
Ben Gurton, trombone
Ben Gurton, trombone
Al Davey, trumpet
Al Davey, trumpet
Paul Furniss, reeds
Paul Furniss, reeds

Tony is available to help you have the band for your occasion, too: T: 02 9567 7171 | M: 0407 941 263 | E: OzManagement

SwingKatz Dancers
SwingKatz Dancers
Ron Nairn, reeds
Ron Nairn, reeds

Tony Gardner, piano

Tony Gardner, piano
Grahame Conlon, banjo
Grahame Conlon, banjo
Rod Herbert, sousaphone
Rod Herbert, sousaphone
Lawrie Thompson, drums
Lawrie Thompson, drums
Brass and Reeds, the Lounge Bar Lotharios
Brass and Reeds, the Lounge Bar Lotharios
The Lounge Bar Lotharios take a bow
The Lounge Bar Lotharios take a bow

All photos copyright Bob Gardner 2013.

Tony is available to help you have the band for your occasion, too: T: 02 9567 7171 | M: 0407 941 263 | E: OzManagement

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