The Lounge Bar Lotharios

Sydney's 1920s Great Gatsby Dance Orchestra. ARIA Nominee Musical Director. World-renowned Authentic 1920s Singer. 10 World-touring vintage jazz musicians. For your corporate event, wedding and party.




The 1920s Lounge Bar Lotharios 11-piece Great Gatsby Dance Orchestra takes you on a trip back in time.

In an instant, you'll find yourself at a Gatsby dance party where time has stood still. Just you, your fellow dancing flappers and dappers, and ARIA nominated maestro Geoff Power conducting the Lotharios’ three hotcha horns, three sinful saxes and clarinets, piano, banjo, sousaphone and drums.

And singing the songs that made the Roaring 20s roar, songs like Me And Jane In A Plane and Never Swat A Fly, is Sydney's only world-acclaimed, authentic 1920s dance band singer, Greg Poppleton.

The Lounge Bar Lotharios is Sydney’s only authentic 1920s Gatsby Orchestra with Sydney’s Top Ten vintage 1920s musicians and Sydney’s only authentic 1920s singer.

Surveys show that guests will rate the success of your event solely by the music you book. So why risk the success of your 1920s Gatsby theme function to any other band? Booking Sydney’s only authentic 1920s Gatsby orchestra, The Lounge Bar Lotharios, will guarantee you an outstandingly successful 20s themed event.

The Lounge Bar Lotharios have played for...
- Canberra Centenary 1920s Ball
- Blue Mountains Lithgow Oberon Tourism Awards 2012 and 2013
- Carrington Hotel 2013 Art Deco Ball
- 2012 Blue Mountains Winter Ball
- 2012 Sydney Jazz Club Annual Ball
- 2013 Sydney Jazz Club 60th Anniversary Ball
- Southern Cross Jazz Club 'Generations Of Jazz' Show, Canberra
- Penrith Jazz Club Anniversary
- Glen Street Theatre Jazz Festival 2013
- Moocooboola Festival 2012

We can add 1920s Dancers and a 1920s Murder Mystery to the orchestra for you on request. Get your free quote now...

Setlist

  • 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)
  • Lotharios’ Stomp – Ron Nairn
  • 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)
  • 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 – (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

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