Greg Poppleton

21 May - Hear 1940s Jazz Harpsichord on this week's Phantom Dancer LISTEN


Press Kit with Videos and Radio Interviews

Press Kit

GREG POPPLETON and THE BAKELITE ALASKAS on Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th August at the Power Boat Club amazed, stunned and mesmerised the audience with wonderful entertaining songs from yesteryear, meaning the 20s 30s Gatsby jazz era. GREG sang with an old-`suspension mike and a Rudy Vallee (who remembers RV?) style megaphone. “Sweet Sue”, “Tea for Two” (Cha Cha Style), Margie, “The Shiek”, “It Had to be You” and many more were sung with fun, laughter, and pure enjoyment by GREG. The Band, led by Geoff Power on trumpet, Damon Poppleton alto sax, Shane Cranney guitar, Adam Barnard washboard & snare drum, Richard Srevens sousaphone and Dave Spicer’s keyboards could not have been more suited to this period. They enjoyed every moment whether as a group or soloing. GREG knocked us out with a smouldering “St. James Infirmary ‘. Versatile GREG - singing, doing a little dance shuffle, wandering through the audience with the megaphone, encouraging us to join in singing - is the ultimate professional. Do you remember “Tip Toe Through The Tulips”, ” St Louis Blues”, Berlin's “Always” and “The Charleston”? All great songs sung and performed by GREG as no one else could. GREG is on his own, the best world-wide at what he does. The final encore (always has to happen) was “My Blue Heaven”. Enthusiastic applause !! for an evening and afternoon of just pure fun and enjoyment. Thank you GREG POPPLETON & THE BAND for great memories. The Secret Reviewer - Sunshine Coast Jazz Club

Four-piece 1920s - 30s band. Authentic 1920s-30s vocals, banjo / guitar, sousaphone / trumpet and washboard. Live event with swing dancers.

The Hydro Express duo review - - by Caroline Gladstone

Vilioti Magazine

Zelda, the annual glossy about what matters in Vintage Nouveau in the USA.

In the Swing of Things

Lead article in the Sydney Morning Herald Metro entertainment section

Greg Poppleton song mix - more than 1.3 Million YouTube views

Magic and music dinner show

Greg Poppleton Intro - Australia's only authentic 1920s-30s singer

greg poppleton Sydney 1920s jazz band singer

Dave J Doyle, The Syncopated Times, Tin Pan Alley Vol. 2 Review, Aug 2020

1920s Orchestra. Live performance with swing dancers in large theatre.

U.S Radio Interview

UK Radio Interview

Greg Poppleton Vintage Vocalist synocopated times

The Syncopated Times (US) interview by Dave J Doyle. 'Greg Poppleton: A Very Modern Vintage Vocalist'

Bob Rogers Show interview on commercial radio for the album, 'Doin' The Charleston'

Bob Rogers Interviews 1920s Singer Greg Poppleton on Sydney commercial radio.

Syncopated Times review

Dave J Doyle, The Syncopated Times, Nov 2019. Tin Pan Alley Vol. 1 album review

The king of Swing

Interview for NZ vintage magazine, Glory Days

Interview on ABC Central Coast Breakfast for International Jazz Day 2016

Stuart Coupe Interviews Greg Poppleton on 2SER

2SER Sydney Breakfast Show Interview

2SER Radio 2016 International Jazz Day Interview

Radio Interview by Frank Presley on 'Now's The Time'

It's the Final Word

Greg Poppleton feature in 'Antiques and Collectibles' Magazine

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