1920s Corporate Party At Wyong


Even when we’re booked to play background, guests still flock to the dance floor to groove to the hot 1920s – 1930s jazz and swing played by Greg Poppleton. And we love it!

Here are some happy snaps from a corporate event at Wyong last night. (Wyong’s such a beautiful place I’ll be heading back there by train with the kids for a day on the lake.)

Dancing to hot jazz from the 1920s by Greg Poppleton
Dancing to hot jazz from the 1920s by Greg Poppleton
Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters at Wyong. (L-r) Laurie Bennett drums, Grahame Conlon banjo, Greg Poppleton authentic 1920s - 30s singer holding megaphone, Greg Chilcott sousaphone doubling trombone.
Greg Poppleton at Wyong. (L-r) Laurie Bennett drums, Grahame Conlon banjo, Greg Poppleton authentic 1920s – 30s singer holding megaphone, Greg Chilcott sousaphone doubling trombone.
Greg Poppleton singing 1920s - 1930s jazz swing singing style has been described by eJazzNews and jazz critic Kevin Jones as 'uncannily authentic'.
Greg Poppleton singing 1920s – 1930s jazz swing singing style has been described by eJazzNews and jazz critic Kevin Jones as ‘uncannily authentic’.

Enquire about having exciting, glamorous 1920s – 1930s hot jazz and swing by Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters at your wedding, corporate event and party. Talk to Tony Jex 61 2 9567 7171 | 0407 941 263 | tony@ozmanagement.com

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Enquire about having exciting, glamorous 1920s – 1930s hot jazz and swing by Greg Poppleton at your wedding, corporate event and party. Talk to Tony Jex 61 2 9567 7171 | 0407 941 263 | tony@ozmanagement.com

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