Greg Poppleton October Newsletter


OCTOBER NEWS

1. See Greg next
– Penrith RSL 2-5pm Sat 10 Nov
– Unanderra Hotel 3-6pm Sat 12 Jan
– Jazz at the Pines 12:30-4pm Sun 17 March

2. The Gin Mill Social is back!
Two shows only Thurs 15 Nov and Thurs 13 Dec.
Book now

3. We’re back at the Sydney Lord Mayor’s Seniors’ Christmas Party at Sydney Town Hall. Invitation only.

4. Sydney Rowers drops Sunday Jazz.

5. 2SER Phantom Dancer radio show Subscriber Drive this month. See this week’s play list. Greg Poppleton’s weekly non-stop mix of swing and jazz from live 1920s-60s radio and TV.

6. Recording finished for next album.

7. Chill Mix on YouTube passes 1, 113,000 YouTube views…

GREG’S TIP-TOP TIP #2
Consider your event type

Weddings, parties and corporate events usually call for a band. Some types of events may justify booking the band in different combinations. For example a duo or trio from the band could open the event or play for cocktails, with the larger band or orchestra closing the evening for dancing.
SEPTEMBER PHOTOS
Entertaining at a corporate event
Entertaining at a corporate event
Audience mingling at corporate event. The Greg Poppleton trio creates 1920s background music
Audience mingling at corporate event. The Greg Poppleton trio creates 1920s background music
PHANTOM DANCER RADIO SHOW – LATEST PLAY LIST

Greg Poppleton brings you
swing, jazz & dance from live 1920s-60s radio every week.

Listen online now and any time at 2ser.com
Heard on 24 radio stations across Australia.

2 OCTOBER PHANTOM DANCER PLAY LIST

Play List – The Phantom Dancer
107.3 2SER-FM Sydney, Live Stream, Digital Radio Community Radio Network Show CRN #335

107.3 2SER Tuesday 2 October 2018 

After the 2SER 12 noon news, 12:04 – 2:00pm (+10 hours GMT)
National Program: ArtSoundFM Canberra Sunday 7 – 8pm and early morning on 24 other stations.

Set 1
Sweet Bands on 1944-45 Radio
Open + On The Sunny Side of the Street
Ted Straeter Orchestra
‘Spotlight Bands’ AFRS Re-broadcast 9 Apr 1945
Blues Concerto
Jerry Wald Orchestra
‘Spotlight Bands’ AFRS Re-broadcast 28 Oct 1955
Dark Eyes + Close
Billy Bishop Orchestra
‘One Night Stand’ Trianon Ballroom, Chicago AFRS Re-broadcast 1945
Set 2
Dixieland Club
Open + Copenhagen
Preacher Rollo and the Five Saints
‘Dixieland Club’ AFRS Re-broadcast 3 Sep 1951
Canadian Capers
Marie Marcus
‘Dixieland Club’ AFRS Re-broadcast 3 Sep 1951
Bye Bye Blackbird + Close
Preacher Rollo and the Five Saints
‘Dixieland Club’ AFRS Re-broadcast 3 Sep 1951
Set 3
Modern Jazz on 1951-60 Radio
Theme + No Name Number One
Gilbert Lacombe
‘Jazz du Canada’ Radio Canada Montreal 1960
I Had The Craziest Dream
Helen Forrest
‘The Navy Swings’ Radio Transcription 1959
Golden Bullet + One O’Clock Jump (close)
Count Basie Septet
‘Stars on Parade’ Radio Transcription 1951
Set 4
Bop Clarinet
Swedish Pastry
Stan Hasselgard (cl 2nd solo) Benny Goodman Sextet
Westchester County Centre White Plains NY WNEW NYC 26 Jun 1948
Open + Undercurrent Blues
Benny Goodman Orchestra
‘One Night Stand’ Hollywood Palladium AFRS Re-broadcast 28 Mar 1949
The Squirrel
Buddy deFranco (cl) Miles Davis (tp)
‘All-Star Jazz Session’ WPIX TV NYC 17 Jan 1949
Set 5
Harry James on 1940s-50s Radio
In The Still of the Night
Harry James Orchestra (voc) Paula Gilbert
Radio Transcription 1954
Temptation
Harry James Orchestra (voc) Ginny Powell
‘One Night Stand’ Meadowbrook Gardens Culver City Ca AFRS Re-broadcast 10 Feb 1946
Open + How High The Moon?
Harry James Orchestra
‘Call For Music’ KNX CBS LA 1948
Till I Waltz With You Again
Harry James Orchestra (voc) April Ames
‘One Night Stand’ Hotel Astor Roof NYC AFRS Re-broadcast 25 May 1953
Set 6
1936 Jazz Radio
Lazy Bones
Claude Hopkins Orchestra (voc) Fred Norman
Radio Transcription New York City 1936
Inspiration Tango
Isham Jones Orchestra
WOR Mutual Network NYC 13 Mar 1936
Weary Blues
Tommy Dorsey Orchestra
‘Ford V-8 Show’ Texas Centennial Exposition CBS Dallas TX Aug 1936
St Louis Blues
Jack Teagarden (tb) Paul Whiteman Orchestra
‘Paul Whiteman’s Musical Varieties’ WJZ NBC Blue New York City 16 Feb 1936
Set 7
Women Singers Part 2
Rocking Chair (theme) + Please Don’t Talk About Me When I’m Gone + I’ll Never Be The Same
Mildred Bailey
‘Music Till Midnight’ WABC CBS NY 1944
As Long As I’m Dreaming
Peggy Lee
‘Peggy Lee Show’ KNX CBS LA 1948
Mad About The Boy
Lena Horne
‘Jubilee’ AFRS Hollywood 1944
Chewin’ Gum + I Wanna Be A Rug Cutter
Ella Fitzgerald
Savoy Ballroom WEAF NBC Red NY 4 Mar 1940
Set 8
1940s-1950s Mod Radio
Bebop
Howard McGee Sextet
AFRS Hollywood 29 Apr 1947
Poor Little Rich Girl
Claude Thornhill Orchestra (arr. Gerry Mulligan)
‘One Night Stand’ Steel Pier Atlantic City NJ AFRS Re-broadcast 24 Apr 1956
Jam Seesion Blues
Ivie Anderson (voc) Joe Turner (voc) Johnny Otis Orchestra , Miguelito Valdez and his Cuban Rhythm
‘Jubilee’ AFRS Hollywood Oct 1945
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Spike Jones and his City Slickers – Phantom Dancer 24 July


The Phantom Dancer – a weekly radio mixtape of swing and jazz from live 1920s-60s radio and TV produced and presented by authentic 1920s-30s singer, Greg Poppleton.

Greg has presented the multi-award winning Phantom Dancer on 107.3 2SER Sydney since 1985. It is now heard on 23 radio stations and online.

Check it out https://2ser.com/phantom-dancer/

See the play list for this week’s Phantom Dancer below. This week’s mixtape has a special broadcast recording by Spike Jones and his City Slickers of ‘F-B-Aida’ a send-up of Verdi’s famous opera.

SPIKE JONES

Was a U.S drummer, percussionist and bandleader most famous for his parodies of popular tunes on record, radio and TV in the 1940s and 1950s.

These parodies were performed by his City Slickers. He also ran a serious orchestra playing lush arrangements of pop songs called the ‘Other Orchestra’.

Spike Jones took up drums at age 11. A railway restaurant chef taught him how to use objects like pots and pans as percussion. This skill got him onto popular radio shows in the 1930s as a comic percussionist. But he was also a dance band drummer and studio musician.

In fact, he was the drummer on the original version of the biggest selling record of all time, ‘White Christmas’ sung by Bing Crosby.

BORED

Tired of playing the same music every night for radio orchestras, Jones and like-minded musicians got together playing send-ups of popular ditties which they recorded to amuse their wives. One recording found its way to the offices of RCA Victor which offered the parody band a contract.

Their first record was Der Fuehrer’s Face which became a huge hit.

They starred in their own radio show between 1945 and 1949, and in their own NBC and CBS television shows from 1954 to 1961.

Spike Jones ponders the two-headed man
Spike Jones ponders the two-headed man

On this week’s Phantom Dancer, we hear Spike Jones and his City Slickers live on 1949 radio.

And for your Phantom Dancer Video of the Week, marvel at the City Slickers live on 1950s TV sending up ‘That Ol’ Black Magic’.

Bill Barty, who performed in film and TV up until his death in 2000, sings in the style of James Cagney, Jimmy Durante and finishes with Johnny Ray.

Play List – The Phantom Dancer
107.3 2SER-FM Sydney, Live Stream, Digital Radio
Community Radio Network Show CRN #323

107.3 2SER Tuesday 24 July 2018
After the 2SER 12 noon news, 12:04 – 2:00pm (+11 hours GMT)

Set 1
Theme + Manhattan Spiritual
Jerry Gray and his Band of Today
‘One Night Stand’
Palladium Ballroom
AFRTS Re-broadcast
30 Oct 1959
Redskin Rhumba (theme) + Murder at Peyton Hall
Charlie Barnet Orchestra
‘One Night Stand’
Casino Gardens
Ocean Park Ca
AFRS Re-broadcast
3 Jan 1947
Dancing Tambourine + Close
Henry Russell Orchestra
‘Let’s Dance’
KFI NBC LA
1948
Set 2
Rollin’ Home
Ray Anthony Orchestra
‘One Night Stand’
Cafe Rouge
Hotel Statler NY
AFRS Re-broadcast
11 Jan 1952
Daahoud
Max Roach – Clifford Brown Quartet
Basin Street
WCBS CBS NY
6 May 1956
Lover Come Back To Me + Close
Stan Getz Quartet
Basin Street
WCBS CBS NY
21 Apr 1956
Set 3
Goodbye Sue
Perry Como (voc) Benny Goodman Orchestra
‘For The Record’
WEAF NBC NY
1944
Love Is A Simple Thing
Sauter-Finnegan Orchestra (voc) Andy Roberts and Sally Sweetland
‘The All-Star Parade of Bands’
Blue Note
WMAQ NBC Chicago
12 Sep 1953
I Get a Kick Out of You + Close
Sarah Vaughan
‘Stars in Jazz’
Birdland
WNBC NBC NY
21 Apr 1952
Set 4
I Found a New Baby
Ralph Sutton All-Stars
Club Hangover
KCBS CBS SF
7 Sep 1954
I Can’t Give You Anything But Love + Close
Harry Sosnick and the Savings Bonds Orchestra
‘Guest Star – Dixieland Clambake’
Radio Transcription
New York
1951
Runnin’ Wild + Close
Chris Barber Jazz Band
‘Traditional Jazz’
BBC Light Programme
London
AFRTS Rebroadcast
9 May 1955
Set 5
Forgotten
Harry James Orchestra
Palladium Ballroom
KNX CBS LA
1949
Oh! What a Beautiful Morning
Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra
Casino Gardens
Ocean Park Ca
KECA ABC LA
19 Sep 1946
I’ll Get By
Woody Herman Orchestra (voc) WH
‘Woody Herman Show’
Jun 1946
Daily Double
Buddy Rich Orchestra
Aircheck
Los Angeles
Mar 1946
Set 6
‘Buck Benny Rides Again’
Jack Benny
‘Hollywood is on the Air’
Buck Benny Rides Again Trailer
Radio Transcription
Hollywood
1940
F-B-Aida
Spike Jones and the City Slickers
‘The Spike Jones Show’
CBS
25 Jun 1949
Set 7
Jeepers Creepers
Paul Whiteman Orchestra
‘Paul Whiteman Show’
WJZ NBC Blue NY
7 Dec 1938
Open + Huckleberry Duck
Raymond Scott Orchestra
Panther Room
Hotel Sherman
WMAQ NBC Red NY
1940
Diga Diga Doo
Bob Crosby Orchestra
‘Camel Caravan’
WABC CBS NY
18 Jul 1939
Day In Day Out + Merry-Go-Round
Duke Ellington Orchestra
Southland Cafe
WNAC NBC Boston
9 Jan 1940
Set 8
Manteca
Dizzy Gillespie Orchestra
Winter Palace
Stockholm
Radio Sweden
2 Feb 1948
Be Bop Boogie
Lester Young Quintet
‘Symphony Sid Show’
Royal Roost
WMCA NY
4 Dec 1948
How High The Moon
Allen Eager
Birdland
WJZ ABC NY
Jun 1953
Bye Bye Blues
Benny Goodman Sextet
‘One Night Stand’
The Click
Philadelphia
AFRS Re-broadcast
3 Jun 1948

One Red Rose


A fresh Greg Poppleton Jazz Deco band line-up played today at Sydney’s Edwardian Central Station Concourse for the annual Transport Heritage Expo.

Did you see the Transport Heritage Expo story on Saturday’s evening news?
https://www.facebook.com/7newssydney/videos/2151746698182785/

With Greg Poppleton, authentic 1920s-1930s singer was,
– Damon Poppleton alto sax
– Paul Baker banjo
– Dave Clayton double bass.

A woman rushed up to my megaphone and placed a long-stemmed red rose in it while we were playing.

Damon Poppleton holding the red rose the band was given.
Damon Poppleton holding the red rose the band was given.

We’re at the Transport Heritage Expo Monday 11 June, too. Playing from 10am – 2pm with sousaphone doubling trumpet, guitar doubling banjo and washboard doubling snare.

Here’s some more photos from today. Though there must be thousands more out in the wide blue internet from all the clicks and film taken today.

Book Greg and the band: gregpoppletonmusic/contact

Greg Poppleton, authentic 1920s-30s singer with his 1920s microphone and the wonderful audience
Greg Poppleton, authentic 1920s-30s singer with his 1920s microphone and the wonderful audience.

 

Dave Clayton - double bass with Greg Poppleton's Jazz Deco band
Dave Clayton – double bass with Greg Poppleton‘s Jazz Deco band

 

The Greg Poppleton band playing jazz and swing from the 1920s - 1930s. Damon Poppleton alto sax, Paul Baker banjo, Dave Clayton double bass.
The Greg Poppleton band playing jazz and swing from the 1920s – 1930s. Damon Poppleton alto sax, Paul Baker banjo, Dave Clayton double bass.

Book Greg and the band: gregpoppletonmusic/contact

June Newsletter – Greg Poppleton


Heigh-ho!

As you know, June is traditionally the month to spoon beneath the moon as Greg Poppleton croons you your favourite 1920s-30s toons

And I hope you’ll be able to spoon while I croon at one of these June events:

SATURDAY 9 JUNE
SUNDAY 10 JUNE
MONDAY 11 JUNE

Greg Poppleton at Transport Heritage Expo 2018
10AM – 2PM
Country Concourse, Central Station (Pitt St end)

Greg Poppleton and his Jazz Deco Quartet entertain with songs from the 1920s and 1930s on the Central Station Country Trains Concourse 9 – 11 June for the Sydney Central Station Transport Heritage Expo.

Music free. Dancers welcome. In fact, there will be a flash swing dance mob on Saturday! Buy tickets for steam and diesel heritage train rides.

The NSW Rail Museum will be operating steam train rides through the city from Central this June long weekend as part of the annual Transport Heritage Expo. This event is set to be a fantastic nostalgic long weekend event for families and transport enthusiasts alike!
https://www.nswrailmuseum.com.au/

SUNDAY 10 JUNE
Private Event

Greg Poppleton brings his 1920s – 1930s Sextet to an extraordinary private event. Greg plays for weddings, birthday parties, corporate events and all special occasions

THURSDAY 21 JUNE
Private Event

Greg Poppleton will entertain at a community centre event.

SUNDAY 24 JUNE
Mad Hatter’s Tea Party

Meantime, as an actor (not band related), I’ll be March Hare in The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party, Sydney Botanic Gardens, More Info and Tickets 

SATURDAY 30 JUNE
Penrith RSL

8 Tindale St, Penrith
2:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Greg Poppleton and his Jazz Deco Quartet entertain with songs from the 1920s and 1930s.

FREE

All Ages. Free car parking. Bar. Bistro. Dance Floor

EVERY TUESDAY
There’ are four live Phantom Dancer shows on 107.3 2SER radio for your listening pleasure this month. Every Tuesday, 12:04-2pm and any time online. Also heard every Sunday at 7pm on ArtSoundFM Canberra and on 23 radio stations across Australia. See the 5 June play list below. Listen to All Shows here

‘Tip Toe Through The Tulips’, Greg Poppleton Quartet.
Recorded live, 2017 Central Station Transport Heritage Expo by Cy Chan, a Chinese tourist.
If the video doesn’t work on your browser, you can see it here on YouTube

A NEW RECORDING OUT SOON
1920s – 30s Songs in English, German, Spanish and Italian

The band and I were in the studio yesterday recording a fresh set of 1920s – 30s songs. They’re songs we’re sure you’ll enjoy dancing and singing along to. I’ll keep you posted on the album release date which will be sometime this Spring.

You can find all Greg Poppleton albums and mixes at Bandcamp now selling in $A.

MAY PHOTOS

Photos above: ‘Wizards’ hosted in the Great Hall and McLauren Hall of Sydney University

BOOKINGS and ENQUIRIES
Contact Tony Jex at OzManagement: info@ozmanagement.com
PHANTOM DANCER RADIO SHOW and 5 JUNE PLAY LIST

Listen online now and any time at 2ser.com
Heard on 23 radio stations across Australia.

Play List – The Phantom Dancer
107.3 2SER-FM Sydney, Live Stream, Digital Radio Community Radio Network Show CRN #321

107.3 2SER Tuesday 5 June 2018
After the 2SER 12 noon news, 12:04 – 2:00pm (+10 hours GMT)
National Program:
ArtSoundFM Canberra Sunday 7 – 8pm
and early morning on 23 other stations.

Set 1
Prehistoric Stan Kenton from 1941 Radio
Artistry in Rhythm
Stan Kenton Orchestra
Radio Transcription C. P. MacGregor Studios Los Angeles Nov 1941
A Setting In Motion
Stan Kenton Orchestra
Radio Transcription C. P. MacGregor Studios Los Angeles 20 Sep 1941
Blues in F Minor
Stan Kenton Orchestra
Radio Transcription C. P. MacGregor Studios Los Angeles 6 Jan 1942
El Choclo
Stan Kenton Orchestra
Radio Transcription C. P. MacGregor Studios Los Angeles Oct 1941
Set 2
Swing Band Leaders Speak on the Radio
Sunrise Serenade
Glenn Miller Orchestra
Glen Island Casino New Rochelle NY WEAF NBC Red NY 15 Nov 1938
When I Get It + Blue Lou + Close
Harry James Orchestra lead by Tommy Dorsey
Casino Gardens Ocean Park KECA ABC LA 12 Aug 1944
Hallelujah
Benny Goodman Quartet
‘For The Record’ WEAF NBC NY 1944
Set 3
Lounge Music on 1920s – 1950s Radio
Sugarloaf Mambo
Bernard ‘Whitey’ Berquist’ and the Chicago NBC Symphony Orchestra
‘Monitor’ WRCA NBC NY 19 Jun 1956
On The Wood Pile
Harry Bruer (xylophone) with the Colonial Club Orchestra
‘Brunswick Brevities’ WABC CBS NY 1929
White Sails + Time On My Hands
Johnny Saab (organ)
‘Musical Interlude’ WJSV CBS Washington DC 21 Sep 1939
Set 4
From Birdland over WNBC in 1952
Stuffy
Coleman Hawkins and Roy Eldridge Orchestra
‘Stars in Jazz’ Birdland WNBC NBC NY 1952
Stardust + Lady Be Good
Kai Winding Group
‘Stars in Jazz’ Birdland WNBC NBC NY 2 Sep 1952
Set 5
The 1950s Dixie Revival on Radio
Chicago
Jimmy Dorsey ‘Dorseyland Band’
‘Marine Corp Show’ Radio Transcription Los Angeles 1950
Squeeze Me
Muggsy Spanier and his Dixieland All-Stars
‘Club Hangover’ KCBS San Francisco 11 Apr 1953
St James Infirmary
Kid Ory’s Creole Jazz Band
‘Club Hangover’ KCBS San Francisco 10 Oct 1954
Memphis Blues + Bay City (close)
Turk Murphy’s San Francisco Jazz Band
‘Easy Street’ KCBS San Francisco 9 Dec 1958
Set 6
Early Radio Appearances By Famous Singers
Shine
The Hoboken Four (Frank Sinatra’s first radio appearance)
‘Major Bowes’ Original Amateur Hour’ WABC CBS NY 1935
From The Bottom Of My Heart
Frank Sinatra (voc) Harry James Orchestra
‘America Dances’ Famous Door WABC CBS NY / BBC London Jul 1938
I’m Happy About The Whole Thing
Doris Day (voc) Barney Rapp and his New Englanders
Sign of the Drum Cincinnati Ohio NBC 17 Jun 1939
I Cried For You
Bing Crosby
WABC CBS NY 7 Nov 1931
Set 7
Harmony Singers on 1930s – 1940s Radio
When My Dreamboat Goes Home
The King Sisters with Frank DeVol
‘Radio Transcription’ Los Angeles 1949
Chi Baba, Chi Baba
Lionel Hampton Orchestra (voc) Herman McCoy and the Hamp-Tones
Casa Manana Culver City Ca KFI NBC LA 20 Jul 1947
That Sly Ol’ Gentleman
Benny Goodman Orchestra (voc) Martha Tilton and the Quintones
‘Camel Caravan’ WABC CBS NY 4 Apr 1939
Tiger Rag
The Inkspots
WFIL NBC Red Philadelphia 12 Jul 1939
Set 8
Swinging on 1940s Radio
Open + Tea For Two
Bob Strong Orchestra
Glen Island Casino New Rochelle NY WOR Mutual NY 5 Aug 1944
Theme + Quiet Riot
Buddy Rich Orchestra
‘Spotlight Bands’ Quonset Naval Air Station Rhode Island Blue Network 25 Jan 1946
The Elks’ Parade
Bobby Sherwood Orchestra
Terrace Room New Jersey WCBS CBS NY 17 Feb 1945
Cottontail
Duke Ellington Orchestra
‘A Date With The Duke’ Evansville Indiana ABC 16 Jun 1945

 

Photos from a Wedding in the Garden


The Greg Poppleton 1920s-30s trio played for a wedding in the garden at Hopewood House, Bowral.

The thunder rumbled but the rain stayed away for a beautiful ceremony and reception.

Greg Poppleton serenaded guests with songs from the 1920s and 30s selected from the Greg Poppleton play list by the bride and groom. Songs chosen included Begin the Beguine, Cheek to Cheek and Falling in Love Again.

Greg Poppleton Australia's only authentic 1920s - 30s singer
Greg Poppleton is Australia’s only authentic 1920s – 1930s singer

 

The Greg Poppleton trio at the wedding reception. Greg Poppleton with red 1920s megaphone and vintage microphone. Geoff Power sousaphone and trumpet. Grahame Conlon guitar and banjo.

 

The Greg Poppleton duo playing the bride and groom's 1920s-30s jazz requests before the ceremony. Geoff Power trumpet. Grahame Conlon guitar.
The Greg Poppleton duo playing the bride and groom’s 1920s-30s jazz requests before the ceremony. Geoff Power trumpet. Grahame Conlon guitar.

 

The view of the garden reception from the vintage 1920s microphone. Geoff Power trumpet.
The view of the garden reception from the vintage 1920s microphone. Geoff Power trumpet.

 

A Tim Storrier sculpture in the gardens
A Tim Storrier sculpture in the gardens

Band Website: www.gregpoppletonmusic.com

Bookings: tony@ozmanagement.com

January Newsletter – Happy New Year


What’s Happening?
SOLD OUT 5 YEARS RUNNING
Greg Poppleton at Great Art Deco Ball 

Blue Mountains 1920s Festival 3 FebBuilders Club Wollongong 4 Feb
Penrith RSL 10 Mar
Jazz at the Pines Dural 18 Mar
More dates and info

Greg Poppleton is Australia’s only authentic 1920s – 1930s singer with band. We play for weddings, corporate events and house parties, as well as festivals, clubs and balls.
Contact us now.

Happy New Year!

Doof-doof, rap-rap, yeah-yeah, oo-oo, plink-plonk and strum-strum is not my soundtrack for New Year’s Eve.

So I’ll be enjoying the spectacular New Year fireworks here in Sydney with family and friends to a different soundtrack! And you’re welcome to share.

These are swing and jazz soundtracks I’ve made for you myself:

1. New Year’s Phantom Dancer radio show: enjoy a two hour mix of swing and jazz from live 1930s-50s radio. You can stream it right now at 2ser.com.

2. Enjoy these popular mixes of 1920s – 1930s songs from my four albums. Enjoy!

1920s-1930s Jazz Swing Background Mix 1
Enjoy this perfect jazz set as you watch the fireworks. Hear the uninterrupted mix in Stereo at:
https://gregpoppleton.bandcamp.com

1920s-1930s Jazz Swing Background Mix 2
Enjoy this perfect jazz set as you watch the fireworks. Hear the uninterrupted mix in Stereo at:
https://gregpoppleton.bandcamp.com

1920s-1930s Jazz Swing Background Mix 3
Enjoy this perfect jazz set as you watch the fireworks. Hear the uninterrupted mix in Stereo at:
https://gregpoppleton.bandcamp.com

December Band Photos

Sydney Town Hall

A packed dance floor swung to the music of the 1920s and 1930s by singer Greg Poppleton…

See article »

Art Gallery Xmas Party

The Greg Poppleton 1920s – 30s trio never dreamt we’d one day meet royalty! To set the scene…

See article »

Contact Greg’s management, Tony Jex, directly at OzManagement for all performance enquiries, private events and functions: info@ozmanagement.com