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The authentic 1920s - 1930s singer with swing jazz band.
Duo, trio, quartet, quintet and sextet.


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“FIVE STARS. Poppleton’s vocals capture the essence of the 1920s- 1930s with uncanny accuracy

— John Gilbert, eJazzNews (U.S)

“Last year at the Melbourne Jazz Festival and the Thredbo Jazz Festival I saw some great acts. I made Greg Poppleton an offer [to play at the Waiheke International Jazz Festival] on the spot.

— John Quigley, Director Waiheke International Jazz Festival,

“Captures the 1920s - 1930s vocal style to perfection,

— Kevin Jones 102.5 Fine Music FM

“Absolutely flooring. Greg Poppleton’s 1920s - 1930s jazz and swing always hits the spot.

— Women's Vintage Radio (U.S)

“You had the audience eating out of the palm of your hand

— Shelley Rae King, President Illawarra Jazz Club

“Boy, do these guys swing!

— Gerald H Beulah Jr, (U.S)

“Many happy faces in the audience

— Warren Fahey AM, music historian, record producer (Festival)

“Damn, I wish I had known you when we had a theatre. We would have called you over to perform with us in a minute!

— Lance Belville, Writer / Theatre Director, San Francisco

“Greg has the natural knack of sounding exactly like a 1920s / 1930s singer

— John Buchanan, Jazz Concert and Festival Producer

“Greg Poppleton was considered a little eccentric growing up in the mid-‘70s, rifling through the back shelves of music stores looking for recordings from the Swing Era

— Sue Javes, Sydney Morning Herald

“Greg nails the 1920s vocal stylings

— Bill Lawson, Radio Adelaide

“Awesome. Totally fun

— Jesse Miner - ‘Hey, Mr Jesse’ Swing Podcast (US)

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Ain't Misbehavin' - Fats Waller/Harry Brooks/Andy Razaf (1929)

Ain't She Sweet? - Milton Ager/Jack Yellen (1927)

All of Me - Gerald Marks/Seymour Simons (1931)

Always - Irving Berlin (1925)

Amapola - Joseph LaCalle/Albert Gamse (1924)

As Time Goes By - Herman Hupfield (1931)

Avalon - Al Jolson/BG De Sylva/Vincent Rose (1920)

Begin the Beguine - Cole Porter (1935)

Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen - Jacob Jacobs/Sholom Secunda (1932)

Bésame Mucho - Consuelo Velázquez (1940)

Blue Moon - Richard Rodgers/Lorenz Hart (1934)

Blue Skies - Irving Berlin (1926)

Button Up Your Overcoat - Ray Henderson/Bud G. DeSylva/Lew Brown (1928)

Charleston - James P Johnson (1923)

Cheek to Cheek - Irving Berlin (1935)

Crazy Rhythm - Irving Caesar/Joseph Meyer/Roger Wolfe Kahn (1928)

Dinah - Harry Akst/Sam M. Lewis/Joe Young (1925)

East of the Sun - Brooks Bowman (1934)

Exactly Like You - Jimmy McHugh and Dorothy Fields (1930)

Five Foot Two Eyes of Blue - Ray Henderson/Sam M. Lewis/Joseph Widow Young (1925)

Georgia - Hoagy Carmichael/Stuart Gorrell (1930)

How Deep is the Ocean? - Irving Berlin (1932)

I Can't Give You Anything But Love - Jimmy McHugh and Dorothy Fields (1928)

I Found a Million Dollar Baby - Harry Warren/Mort Dixon/Billy Rose (1931)

I Get a Kick out of You - Cole Porter (1934)

I Only Have Eyes for You - Harry Warren/Al Dubin (1934)

I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate - Clarence Williams (1919)

If I Could Be with You - James P. Johnson/Henry Creamer (1926)

I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter - Fred E. Ahlert/Joe Young (1935)

It Had to Be You - Isham Jones/Gus Kahn (1924)

It's Only a Paper Moon - Harold Arlen/E. Y. Harburg/Billy Rose (1932)

I've Got the World an a String - Harold Arlen/Ted Koehler (1932)

I've Got You Under My Skin - Cole Porter (1936)

Just One More Chance - Sam Coslow/Arthur Johnson (1932)

Louise - Leo Robin/Richard A. Whiting (1929)

Love Me or Leave Me - Walter Donaldson/Gus Kahn (1928)

Lover Come Back to Me - Sigmund Romberg/Oscar Hammerstein (1928)

Margie - Con Conrad/J. Russel Robinson/Benny Davis (1920)

Makin' Whoopee - Walter Donaldson/Gus Kahn (1928)

More Than You Know - Vincent Youmans/Billy Rose/Edward Eliscu (1929)

My Blue Heaven - Walter Donaldson/George A. Whiting (1927)

My Canary Has Circles Under His Eyes - Ted Kohler/Eddie Pola/Jack Golden (1931)

My Gal Sal - Paul Dresser (1904)

Night and Day - Cole Porter (1932)

On the Sunny Side of the Street - Jimmy McHugh and Dorothy Fields (1930)

Peanut Vendor - Moisés Simons (1928)

Road to Gundagai - Jack O’Hagan (1923)

St James Infirmary - Trad

St Louis Blues - W.C. Handy (1914)

Sheik of Araby - Harry B. Smith/Francis Wheeler/Ted Snyder (1921)

Singing in the Bathtub - Michael H. Cleary/Herb Magidson/Ned Washington (1929)

Small Hotel - Richard Rodgers/ Lorenz Hart (1935)

South of the Border - Jimmy Kennedy/Michael Carr (1939)

Star Dust - Hoagy Carmichael /Mitchell Parish (1927)

Sugar - M Pinkard / S Mitchell / F Alexander (1926)

Sweet and Lovely - Gus Arnheim/Charles N. Daniels/Harry Tobias (1931)

Sweet Lorraine - Cliff Burwell /Mitchell Parish (1928)

Sweet Sue - Victor Young/Will J. Harris (1928)

Tea for Two - Vincent Youmans/Irving Caesar (1925)

The Very Thought of You - Ray Noble (1934)

The Way You Look Tonight - Jerome Kern/Dorothy Fields (1936)

These Foolish Things - Eric Maschwitz/Jack Strachey (1936)

They Didn't Believe Me - Jerome Kern (1914)

Thou Swell - Richard Rodgers/ Lorenz Hart (1927)

Three Little Words - Bert Kalmar/Harry Ruby (1930)

Time on My Hands - Vincent Youmans/Harold Adamson/Mack Gordon (1930)

Tip Toe Through the Tulips - Joe Burke/ Al Dubin (1926)

Too Marvellous - Johnny Mercer/Richard Whiting (1937)

Two Sleepy People - Hoagy Carmichael/Frank Loesser (1938)

When I Take My Sugar to Tea - Sammy Fain/Irving Kahal/Pierre Norman (1931)

When My Dream Boat Comes Home - Dave Franklin/Cliff Friend (1936)

Where or When - Richard Rodgers/ Lorenz Hart (1937)

Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams - Harry Barris/Ted Koehler/Billy Moll (1931)

Yes, We Have No Bananas! - Frank Silver/Irving Cohn (1923)

You Made Me Love You - James Monaco/Joseph McCarthy (1913)

You Took Advantage of Me - Richard Rodgers/ Lorenz Hart (1928)

You're Driving Me Crazy - Walter Donaldson (1930)

You're Nobody's Sweetheart Now - Billy Meyers/Elmer Schoebel/Gus Kahn/Ernie Erdman (1924)

+ 100s more 1920s - 1930s Instrumentals
And dozens more