New Album! Free Download. November Newsletter – Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters


Just in this minute!

Exciting news from the US. “Too Marvelous” from Back In Your Own Backyard is the featured track at All About Jazz today. Listen to it and download it for free from here.

After 30 Oct, you can check it out on this video, filmed in New Zealand while the band was performing at the Waiheke International Jazz Festival…


Hello Bakeliters,

New Album, Back In Your Own Backyard. On Sale from Today!

31 October. The new Modern Vintage album of 1920s-30s songs by Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters, Back In Your Own Backyard, can now be downloaded from your favourite online music shop from today. 12 swinging trad jazz knee-knockers with authentic 1920s-30s vocals…

1920s – 1930s jazz album Back In Your Own Backyard by Greg Poppleton

Listen free before you buy at:





A Dozen Swinging 1920s-30s Songs For Your Listening Pleasure…
1. Cake Walking Babies From Home
2. They Didn’t Believe Me
3. Too Marvelous for Words
4. I’ll See You in My Dreams
5. Back in Your Own Backyard
6. Egyptian Ella
7. When My Dreamboat Comes Home
8. Honeysuckle Rose
9. Nobody’s Sweetheart
10. Lady Is a Tramp
11. Makin’ Whoopee
12. Yes, We Have No Bananas


In the Band
Back In Your Own Backyard has the best of Sydney’s classic jazz scene playing your favourite songs’

Paul Furniss: soprano sax, alto sax and clarinet
Geoff Power: sousaphone, trumpet and trombone
Grahame Conlon: steel string Spanish guitar
Lawrie Thompson: drums and washboard
Greg Poppleton: 1920s – 30s vocals


Online Bargains

The CD will be posted to you from Bandcamp for $12 USD + postage (which works out close to the $20 AUD the CDs for at gigs, like next Sunday’s at Sydney Rowing Club, 613 Great North Road, Abbotsford 3-6pm Free).

The digital album downloads CD quality straight to your device for only $5 USD.



ARIA Jazz Charts

When you buy or download the album from Bandcamp today ARIA will be counting each purchase towards their weekly ARIA jazz chart.

How’s that? Buying Back In Your Own Backyard CD or download could put Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters in the Australian Jazz Top Ten for the week! (The pre-orders have been going strong, so it’s, in turn, a strong possibility).


Movie Music

They Didn’t Believe Me has already been selected to be used in the soundtrack from the German-Israeli movie co-production ‘The Cakemaker’.


Do You Have These Albums?
Greg Poppleton has released six albums of 1920s-30s jazz and swing all available on Bandcamp, iTunes and CDBaby:

2006 – The Phantom Dancer: Album of the Week: Women’s Vintage Radio (US)

2012 – Doin’ The Charleston: Album of the Week: 2CH Commercial Radio Sydney, ArtSoundFM Canberra, 5MBS Adelaide.

2013 – Sweet Sue: Album of the Week: 102.5FM Fine Music Sydney, ArtSoundFM

2014 – 1920s-30s Background Chill Mix 1 (songs from 3 albums) 770,000 YouTube views

2015 – 1920s-30s Background Chill Mix 2 (songs from 3 albums)   60,000 YouTube views

2016 – Back In Your Own Backyard. Release date 31 October.


November Gigs

Sun 6 Nov   3-6pm Sydney Rowing Club, 613 Great North Road, Abbotsford. Free

Fri 14 Nov 6:45pm Gin Mill Social, Slide Cabaret, 41 Oxford St, Surry Hills (last 1920s Gin Mill Social for 2016) TICKETS


New Website
Check out the new website for Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters later this week. Better layout, more photos, movie posters, more music with song links for you to buy and share. Enjoy!


Weddings, Corporate Events and Birthday Parties
We love adding 1920s-1930s glamour to your special occasion.

Email or call to Tony to find out more 61 2 9567 7171  0407 941 263.



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