Jazz At The Pines With Greg Poppleton And The Bakelite Broadcasters


Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters returned for our 2nd year playing for the wonderful audience at Jazz At The Pines.

Every month, Jazz At The Pines, hosts jazz that swings in the grounds of historic Roughley House under the big Norfolk Pines, 655 Old Northern Road, Dural.

People sit at tables or spread a rug on the grass with a picnic lunch and a bottle of bubbles, listening and dancing to the music.

There’s also a tea room with homemade Apple Pie, chocolate cake, tea, coffee and soft drinks. The Apple Pie is perfect!

I took some pictures of Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters for you. Every musician in the band have played jazz festivals all over the world, so the music always swings!

Now if you want us at your place for your wedding, corporate event and party, call or email Tony Jex:
61 2 9567 7171 | 0407 941 263 | tony@ozmanagement.com

Greg Poppleton, authentic 1920s - 1930s singer and band leader

Greg Poppleton, authentic 1920s – 1930s singer and band leader

 

Geoff Power played trumpet and doubled on the trombone.

Geoff Power played trumpet and doubled on the trombone.

 

Grahame Conlon banjo, also played guitar for Jazz At The Pines

Grahame Conlon banjo, also played guitar for Jazz At The Pines

 

Ian Baker on tuba and Lawrie Thompson, drums.

Ian Baker on tuba and Lawrie Thompson, drums.

Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters will be back for another Jazz At The Pines, Sunday 19 February 2017. We hope to see you then!

And remember, if you want the band for your occasion, we’re only a call away:
Tony Jex: 61 2 9567 7171 | 0407 941 263 | tony@ozmanagement.com

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