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Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters

Greg Poppleton is an authentic 1920s-30s singer.

His voice instantly recreates the glamour of the Jazz Age and Swing Era.

Greg sings with world-touring jazz musicians.

He leads authentic 1920s-30s trio-sextet Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters as well as the 11-piece 1920s Orchestra, The Lounge Bar Lotharios.

The 1920s-30s mix from his 3 albums now has 445,000+ YouTube views.

Awards

Best Music Show - Phantom Dancer: Swing, jazz & dance from live 1920s - 50s radio & TV - 2007
CBAA Awards (Weekly playlist posted in the Jazz Bulletin Board forum under Sights & Sounds)

“Greg has captured that decade's [1920s] vocal style to perfection,”
Kevin Jones, 102.5FM Fine Music Sydney, formerly jazz critic for The Australian

“Fresh, original, filled with musical integrity...Boy do these guys swing!”
Gerard Beulah Jr, JazzReview.com (US)

“The band knows what to do in terms of style”
Donny Harvey, MuzikReviews.com (US)

”We must say, Greg Poppleton's music always hits the spot - so authentic sounding!”
Women's Vintage Radio, Gillespie Network (USA)

“Greg has the natural knack of sounding exactly like a 1920s singer”
John Buchanan, Jazz Festival and Concert Producer

”You certainly have nailed the 20s vocal stylings!”
Bill Lawson Jazz On The Terrace Radio Adelaide

”Captures the essence of the swing years with uncanny accuracy”
eJazzNews.com (USA)

”Just too fun to ignore!”
CFBO Radio (Canada)

“Captures the essence of the swing years with uncanny accuracy

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Albums

Sweet Sue
Sweet Sue
Self Produced
2013
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Videos

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