Sydney Rowers Show And Latest Live Music Clip - Tea For Two

Hi, here's the latest live Greg Poppleton clip. It's Tea for Two, written by Vincent Youmans and Irving Caesar for the 1925 musical No, No, Nannette.

An audience member filmed this on their smartphone at the latest Greg Poppleton show at Sydney Rowers.

The band and I hope you will enjoy the Tea for Two Cha-Cha and give it a thumb up on YouTube! (You'll see it right at the end of this post)

I also took some photos for you below.

Only the first minute of the video was useable. As people came up to dance, the band was obscured from the camera's view. And their was camera shake and blur.

We'll be back at Sydney Rowing Club on the beautiful Parramatta River on Easter Sunday 1 April.

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Looking through the drum kit at the Parramatta River below from the Greg Poppleton bandstand at Sydney Rowing Club.

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The Greg Poppleton band in silhouette.

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Greg Poppleton band. (L-r) Adam Barnard drums and washboard, Stan Valacos double bass, Grahame Conlon guitar and banjo, Damon Poppleton alto sax and clarinet.

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Greg Poppleton singing through his 1920s megaphone.

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A live clip of Greg Poppleton singing Tea for Two as a cha-cha. Tea for Two was written by Vincent Youmans and Irving Caesar for the 1925 musical No, No, Nannette.