Photos and video from the Greg Poppleton band's third day of playing Tin Pan Alley 1920s - 1930s jazz and swing at the 2019 Transport Heritage Expo, Sydney Central Railway Station... Enjoy. Band Website - www.gregpoppletonmusic.com Greg Poppleton 1920s-1930s singer holding his megaphone and his Tin Pan Alley band. Greg Poppleton singing to a swing dancing couple.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_8169" align="alignnone" width="525"] Swinging to Greg Poppleton's Tin Pan Alley music Swing dancers join the band after the show, Suzy and Sandy from Sydney with Steve and from Los Angeles. In the band, Geoff Power cornet doubling sousaphone, Greg Poppleton 1920s-30s singer, Grahame Conlon guitar and Adam Barnard washboard. Band website: www.gregpoppletonmusic.com
Greg Poppleton and band returned to the Transport Heritage Expo at Sydney's Central Station today, Saturday 8 June. It's their third year entertaining visitors with Tin Pan Alley songs from the 1920s and 1930s to fit the Heritage theme of vintage trains and buses. Adding to the fun, fantastic and colourful swing dancers came along to dazzle with deft footwork as the band played. Thank you Sue Ann! Greg Poppleton and band will be at the Transport Heritage Expo, Country Concourse at Central Station, Sunday 9 June and Monday 10 June, 10am - 2pm. Free! Dancers welcome. Band bookings: https://www.gregpoppletonmusic.com/contact And go for a ride on the steam train, Sydney red rattler and the vintage double and single deck buses. The NSW Rail Museum will be operating steam train rides through the city from Central as part of the annual Transport Heritage Expo. It's a fantastic nostalgic long weekend event for families and transport enthusiasts alike! https://www.nswrailmuseum.com.au/ Here are some phots of the band, dancers and trains, Greg Poppleton singing, Geoff Power Cornet, Grahame Conlon guitar at the 2019 Transport Heritage Expo. Posing with Sandy (L) and Sue Ann (R), two of the wonderful swing dancers sliding and gliding to the Greg Poppleton band today. (Thanks Sue Ann for this photo). Geoff Power cornet and sousaphone with Grahame Conlon guitar during a Greg Poppleton band instrumental. Adam Barnard on keyboard during that same instrumental. One of the steam trains at the Transport Heritage Expo. Swing dancing to the Greg Poppleton band at Central Station. Swing dancing to Greg Poppleton in the beautiful, Edwardian Era Country Concourse Steppin' out as the audience gathers. Band bookings: https://www.gregpoppletonmusic.com/contact
Greg Poppleton returned to Penrith RSL Saturday 30 June for another of his popular 1920s - 1930s jazz shows of swinging songs from the Great American Songbook. And Greg will be back at Penrith RSL for dancers, Saturday 10 November, 2-5pm. FREE. Swing dancers Sue Ann and Sandy pose with singer Greg Poppleton, Dave Clayton double bass and Damon Poppleton alto sax. It’s free, it’s fun, it’s informal. And there was plenty of dancing. Swing dancers are always welcome with a good sized dance floor. Gary and Deborah dancing to Greg Poppleton Greg is Australia’s only authentic 1920s - 1930s singer. Unlike other jazz singers who find jazz after a journey through rock, opera or miming to a parent’s record collection of snappy-fingered Vegas crooners, Greg’s 1920s-30s vocals are authentic and original. He fell in love with the music age three. That's when he first heard Louis Armstrong. Dancing to Greg Poppleton with Bob Gillespie drums, Damon Poppleton alto sax, Dave Clayton double bass and Grahame Conlon guitar and banjo. Greg Poppleton is Australia's only authentic 1920s-30s singer Critics in Australia and the U.S are unanimous in saying that “Greg Poppleton captures the essence of the 1920s-1930s with uncanny accuracy.” He has over 1.2 million total YouTube views for his four albums. That makes him Australia’s most listened to YouTube jazz singer without TV exposure. He returned to Penrith RSL, Saturday 30 June, with his Jazz Deco band. Greg Poppleton with Dave Clayton on double bass Greg Poppleton Jazz Deco band instruments on stage. In the band was Greg’s up-and-coming 15 year old jazz alto saxophonist son, Damon Poppleton. Grahame Conlon, who was in Ricky May’s band was on guitar. Blue Mountains double bassist, Dave Clayton, who was in Mic Conway’s Hiccup Band played double bass. And Penrith local, Bob Gillespie, who played in Maynard Ferguson’s English Orchestra, was musical director for Lovelace Watkins and was drummer for the 1990s Australian tour band of the original Glenn Miller Orchestra, was on drums. Swing dancing to Greg Poppleton Greg Poppleton and his Jazz Deco band will be back for more 1920s jazz, 1930s swing and dancing at, Penrith RSL 8 Tindale St, Penrith Saturday 10 November 2-5pm. FREE! Free parking. Dance floor. Bar, bistro and child friendly. PLUS grow 2" taller, increase your attractiveness, ensure promotion at work, boost your confidence, stimulate hair growth and increase your IQ! Contact Greg through OzManagement for your event: www.gregpoppletonmusic.com/contact
Photos from the final day of Greg Poppleton making Jazz Deco Pop at Sydney's Transport Heritage Expo which ran 9 - 11 June. Enjoy! Thank you to the swing dancers from Swing Patrol, Swingtime, Swingaroo, Harbour City Hoppers and All About Swing who danced toGreg Poppleton's 1920s-1930s jazz deco swing. Greg Poppleton 1920s - 30s Singer makes Jazz Deco Pop! Swing dancing to Greg Poppleton Swing dancers watched by an appreciative audience dancing to Greg Poppleton The Greg Poppleton Jazz Deco trio - Geoff Power sousaphone doubling trumpet, Grahame Conlon guitar and Adam Barnard washboard Grahame Conlon guitar in the Greg Poppleton Jazz Deco band Geoff Power cornet with Greg Poppleton's Jazz Deco band Adam Barnard washboard with Greg Poppleton's 1920s - 1930s band Swing dancers and the Greg Poppleton quartet And, of course, the vintage trains! Take Action: Book Greg Poppleton
Greg Poppleton's jazz deco swing quartet played the songs of the 1920s - 1930s today at Sydney's Central Station. We're playing at Central all June Long Weekend (June 9, 10 and 11) for the Transport Heritage Expo. I just realised as I write this that today is the 34th anniversary of my first radio broadcast. But that's by-the-by. Today, we were 'Swing Dancer Bombed' with dancers from Swing Patrol, Swingtime - Dance School, Shagaroo Collegiate Shag and Harbour City Hoppers!! At Central this Sun & Mon, too 10am-2pm. Check out the video! Enjoy...
The brief: to keep the room as full as possible on a Sunday 3-6pm after the lunch rush to a largely 'non-jazz' audience. On Sunday, Australia's only authentic 1920s-30s singer, Greg Poppleton, returned with his Jazz Deco music to Sydney Rowing Club. And we'll be back at there, Sunday 5 August. Enjoy these photos from the Greg Poppleton Sydney Rowers show.
SUNDAY JAZZBy the beautiful Parramatta River...
GREG POPPLETON MAKES JAZZ DECO POP!Australia's only authentic 1920s - 1930s singer and band...
ALL ABOUT SWINGCody and Lexie from All About Swing strutted their stuff on the dance carpet. Other couples joined in when we went Latin with songs like Amapola, El Mansiero, Tea for Two and South of the Border.
IN THE GREG POPPLETON BAND: ALTO SAXDamon Poppleton...
WASHBOARD AND DRUMSAdam Barnard...
DOUBLE BASSDave Clayton, who also joined Greg in a vocal duet on 'Yes, We Have No Bananas'.
GUITAR AND BANJOGrahame Conlon...
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Initially the client wanted a big band. They'd already advertised the show as 'Swing Era', 'Glenn Miller', 'Big Band'.But a budget blow-out meant that the client needed a smaller band urgently - a band that could still create a big sound and a dynamic show through an energetic singer and front man.
The Solution: Call Australia's only authentic 1920s-30s singer - the client went for the six-piece Greg Poppleton jazz deco band.After that, no-one in the client group, or the audience, gave the 'Swing Era', 'Glenn Miller' Big Band a second thought. Greg Poppleton is Australia's only authentic 1920s-30s singer and band leader. He delivered a mix of Jazz Deco swingers and ballads in English, Spanish, German and Italian, with the following band line-up: Greg Poppleton - authentic 1920s-30s singer Al Davey - trumpet and trombone Paul Furniss - alto sax and clarinet Grahame Conlon - swing guitar and banjo Dave Clayton - double bass Lawrie Thompson - swing drums SwingKatz - swing dance lessons and demonstration
The Result: The audience sang along and filmed and laughed and danced for a two hour show including lunch.The client said they would definitely book the band again. Greg Poppleton jazz deco band and SwingKatz swing dancers
Sound:Because of the size of the room and the number of guests, 130, we provided our own digital sound system. We created a pleasant sound for the audience mixed by our engineer with ipad via a wireless connection. This is something we can do for audiences up to 5000 people. We filled the big band's shoes and more. Need an exciting band? Band Enquiries: email@example.com
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Greg Poppleton band posing with SwingKatz dance troupe... Greg Poppleton - 1920s-30s singer Al Davey - trumpet and trombone Paul Furniss - Clarinet and alto sax Grahame Conlon - guitar and banjo Dave Clayton - double bass Lawrie Thompson - drums Bookings: firstname.lastname@example.org