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1920s jazz band


 Bringing back the upbeat, glamorous, devil-may-care party attitude of the decadent 1920s.
Total YouTube Views
880,000
"Absolutely flooring. Greg Poppleton's 1920s - 1930s jazz and swing always hits the spot. So authentic."
Women's Vintage Radio (U.S)
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And we love playing for your wedding, corporate event and birthday party, too.

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1920s jazz band


 Bringing back the upbeat, glamorous, devil-may-care party attitude of the decadent 1920s.
Total YouTube Views
880,000
"Absolutely flooring. Greg Poppleton's 1920s - 1930s jazz and swing always hits the spot. So authentic."
Women's Vintage Radio (U.S)
Contact 
And we love playing for your wedding, corporate event and birthday party, too.

807,000 YouTube Views for this one video.
Why trust your 1920s - 1930s jazz and swing to any other band?

Live Photos taken at real shows...

 

Music critics in the U.S and Australia say Sydney jazz band leader Greg Poppleton's authentic 1920s - 1930s voice, 'captures the essence of the Swing Era with uncanny accuracy’. 

Greg entertains. 22 years professional experience as the only authentic 1920s-30s singer and swing band leader. He's a TV film and stage actor (worked with Nicole Kidman, Adrien Brody and John Goodman) MC, voiceover and award-winning jazz DJ on 22 stations across Australia. 

Trio to full 1920s orchestra, Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters, are the best 1920s - 30s jazz swing musicians around. Band members have toured Australia, the U.S, Europe and Asia. They've played with some of the greats in jazz around the world.

 

Live Video - 1920s Jazz filmed at a Kings Cross Restaurant

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1930s Swing Band and 1920s Jazz Singer


Greg Poppleton's popular YouTube swing band videos have shot past 880,000 total views. That's the second-largest tally for any Australian jazz singer.

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1930s Swing Band and 1920s Jazz Singer


Greg Poppleton's popular YouTube swing band videos have shot past 880,000 total views. That's the second-largest tally for any Australian jazz singer.

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Sydney wedding jazz band


Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters is the authentic 1920s - 1930s singer and band. We play for festivals, clubs, wedding, corporate and party events. Greg's shows are interactive, lively and fun. 

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Sydney wedding jazz band


Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters is the authentic 1920s - 1930s singer and band. We play for festivals, clubs, wedding, corporate and party events. Greg's shows are interactive, lively and fun. 

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1920s Party Band for Great Gatsby, Speakeasy, Gangster and Flapper events.


Greg entertains. Australia's only real Great Gatsby band singer is also a film and TV actor. You've seen him in movies opposite Nicole Kidman, Adrien Brody and John Goodman. TV roles include parts in Peter Allen Not The Boy Next Door and Underbelly The Golden Mile.

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1920s Party Band for Great Gatsby, Speakeasy, Gangster and Flapper events.


Greg entertains. Australia's only real Great Gatsby band singer is also a film and TV actor. You've seen him in movies opposite Nicole Kidman, Adrien Brody and John Goodman. TV roles include parts in Peter Allen Not The Boy Next Door and Underbelly The Golden Mile.

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1920s jazz trio and 1920s jazz orchestra


“Greg Poppleton sang all the top songs of the 1920s - 30s. There were many happy faces in the audience. Greg’s interpretations, dancing, swaying, staring and facial gymnastics made the music all the more interesting and amusing.”
— Warren Fahey AM, music historian, record producer (Festival)

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1920s jazz trio and 1920s jazz orchestra


“Greg Poppleton sang all the top songs of the 1920s - 30s. There were many happy faces in the audience. Greg’s interpretations, dancing, swaying, staring and facial gymnastics made the music all the more interesting and amusing.”
— Warren Fahey AM, music historian, record producer (Festival)

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