Sydney Jazz Band - 1920s Orchestra

Sydney Jazz Band - 1920s Great Gatsby Orchestra. Book now for your wedding and corporate party.

Sydney 1920s Jazz Orchestra. Great Gatsby singer, Greg Poppleton, and band for weddings, corporate events and your birthday party. Hire Now.

Greg Poppleton captures the ‘20s vocal style to perfection
— Kevin Jones, formerly The Australian jazz critic

Live 1920s Music Samples

1920s Song List

Baby Face – Al Jolson (1926)
Birmingham Breakdown – Duke Ellington (1926)
Black Bottom Stomp – Jelly Roll Morton (1925)
Breakaway – Jack Hylton (1929)
Charleston – James P Johnson (1923)
Cotton Club Stomp – Duke Ellington (1929)
Crazy Words Crazy Tune – Irving Aaronson and his Commanders (1927)
Creole Love Call – Duke Ellington (1927)
Dardenella – Paul Whiteman (1919)
Dinah – Louis Armstrong (1925)
Egyptian Ella – Ted Weems (1931)
Falling In Love Again – Marlene Dietrich (1930)
If I Had A Talking Picture Of You – Gracie Fields (1929)
I’ll Be A Friend With Pleasure – Bix Beidebecke (1929)
I’m Coming Virginia – The Rhythm Boys (1927)
Just A Gigolo – Rudy Vallee (1928)
Kansas City Kitty – Coon-Sanders Nighthawks (1928)
Let’s Misbehave – Cole Porter (1927)
Me And Jane In A Plane – Harry Bidgood and his Broadcasters (1927)
My Canary Has Circles Under His Eyes – Marion Harris (1931)
My Gal Sal – Paul Dresser (1904)
Never Swat A Fly – Billy ‘Uke’ Cappenter (1927)
Old Man Blues – Duke Ellington (1930)
Our Don Bradman – Jack O’Hagan (1930)
Pasadena – Al Jolson (1923)
Persian Rug – Dorsey Brothers (1928)
Randwick Saturday Night
Rockin’ In Rhythm – Duke Ellington (1931)
St James Infirmary – Cab Calloway (1930)
Shanghai Shuffle – Fletcher Henderson (1924)
Sleepy Time Down South – Louis Armstrong (1931)
Stormy Weather – Ethel Waters (1933)
Sunshine Of Your Smile – Ernest Pike (1913)
The Chant – Red Nichols and his Five Pennies (1929)
The Original Dixieland One Step – Paul Whiteman Orchestra (1920)
Three Little Words – The Rhythm Boys (1930)
Varsity Drag – Abe Lyman (1927)
Yes Sir That’s My Baby – Lee Morse (1925)
You’re The Cream In My Coffee – Annette Hanshaw (1928)
And dozens more