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  1. The Phantom Dancer
    Tuesday June 26, 12 noon (0200 GMT) to 1:30pm
    107.3 2SER-FM Sydney & 2ser.com

    The Phantom Dancer plays swing, jazz and dance from live vintage 1920s - 60s radio & TV every Tuesday. Playing Swing since 1985!

    This week, Greg Poppleton brings you legendary Sydney bandleader Frank Coughlan in a Featuradio Transcription from 1937.

    You'll also hear Frank Sinatra with Andre Previn's Orchestra broadcasting in 1946, Helen Forrest with Gordon Jenkin's Orchestra broadcasting in 1944, and Glenn Miller wowing the bobby-soxers from the Meadowbrook Ballroom in New Jersey over NBC's Red Network in 1939.

    Full playlist on the radio show page of http://www.gregpoppleton.com.

    Enjoy!
     
  2. Phantom dancer Playlist 3 July 2007

    Phantom Dancer
    Tuesday July 3, 12noon (0200 GMT) to 1:30pm
    107,3 2SER-FM Sydney & 2ser.com
    Your weekly mix of swing, jazz and dance from live 1920s - 60s radio & TV.

    This week we hear from Sydney's own Jim Davidson Orchestra and Dudley Cantrell Orchestras from the 1930s. Jack Smith (remember the 70s TV Show, You Asked For It?) sings for Oxydol in 1945. We tune into Louis Armstrong broadcasting from Chicago in 1948 for the Damon Runyom Memorial Jazz Concert.

    Presented by Greg Poppleton since 1985. Full playlist at http://www.gregpoppleton.com

    Cheers
    Greg Poppleton
     
  3. This sounds wonderful, right up my alley.
     
  4. War of the Worlds & Esquire Jazz Concerts

    Cheers, Shimmy Sally!

    New The Phantom Dancer Show Playlist
    Tuesday July 10, 12noon (0200 GMT) to 1:30pm
    107.3 2SER-FM Sydney & 2ser.com

    Australia's longest-running Swing Show
    On-air since 1985

    Your weekly mix of swing, jazz and dance from live 1920s - 60s radio & TV. This week we hear from Sydney's own Bob Dyer & his Mountain Men from 1940.. Duke Ellington plays the final part of the story of The Tattooed Bride over NBC in 1952. We tune into The Supper Club from New York in 1945 to catch The Mills Brothers. Presented by Greg Poppleton since 1985.

    Playlist on the radio Show page of http://www.gregpoppleton.com
     
  5. Phantom Dancer 24 July 2007 Playlist

    Your weekly radio show of live Swing, Jazz & Dance from live 1920s - 60s radio. This week's highlights include:
    1 - Woody Herman's First Herd broadcasting from the Meadowbrook Ballroom, Cedar Grove NJ 1945
    2. - Desi Arnez' Orchestra from Ciro's Hollywood in 1946
    3. - 16 y.o. Mel Torme broadcasting from Chicago with Chico Marx's orchestra in 1942
    Phantom Dancer 107.3 2SER-FM Sydney
    Live audio stream: http://www.2ser.com
    Tuesdays 12 noon (0200 GMT)
    Presented by Greg Poppleton since 1985
    Full playlist at http://www.gregpoppleton.com
    Enjoy!
     
  6. 31 July Phantom Dancer Playlsit

    Next Tuesday's playlist for the Phantom Dancer Live Vintage Swing radio show now up at http:www.gregpoppleton.com

    Here live broadcasts by Duke Ellington, Glenn Miller, the Andrew Sisters & more

    107.3 2SER-FM & 2ser.com Tuesdays 12 noon (0200 GMT)
     
  7. Phantom dancer Playlist Tues 28 Aug

    The Phantom Dancer
    Swing, Jazz & Dance from 1920s - 1960s Radio & TV since 1985
    107.3 2SER-FM Sydney & 2ser.com
    Tuesdays 12 noon (0200) GMT
    Presented by Greg Poppleton, 1920s & 30s-style Swing Singer

    This week’s highlights: (tues 28 August 2007)
    - Jack Lemmon visits the Condoli Brothers on Stars in Jazz
    - Oh Wilbur! Is that Peter van Steeden’s Orchestra playing a set of rhumba’s on your Alan Young Show, 15 years before we met? - Mr Ed
    - Charlie & his Orchestra make fun of the BBC over Reichrundfunk, Berlin, 1941
    - Charlie Barnet and singer Lynn Franklyn talk about Space Travel, and Charlie’s Orchestra fits two songs in between, from 1957

    Full playlist at http://www.gregpoppleton.com

    Do you like old time Swing & Jazz Radio & TV?
    Buy your own big band radio show CDs on the OTR CD page of http://www.gregpoppleton.com

    Happy Listening!
    Greg Poppleton
     
  8. Phantom Dancer Playlist Tues 4 Sep 2007

    Tuesday 4 September 2007 Phantom Dancer Show
    Swing Jazz & Dance from live 1920s-60s radio & TV
    2SER-FM 107.3 Sydney & 2ser.com
    Tuesdays 12 noon (0200 GMT)

    This Tuesday....
    - We tune into the wireless from 1929 to hear Mary Williams, Mugsy Spanier & Red Nichols & his 5 Pennies
    - Miff Mole plays 'For the Record' in 1944
    - Fats Waller gives out over NBC's Red Network in 1938
    - Songs over the radio by Helen Forrest, Ella Fitzgerald, Marion Hutton & the Dave Lambert Singers

    Full playlist on the radio show page of
    http://www.gregpoppleton.com

    Enjoy!
    Greg
     
  9. Playlist Tues 11 Sep 2007

    Phantom Dancer Radio Show
    Tuesday 11 September 2007
    12 noon (0200 GMT)
    2SER-FM & 2ser.com

    This Tuesday's Highlights,

    Live radio broadcasts by the 3 Louis - Armstrong, Jordan & Prima.
    And radio transcription songs by the 3 Jokers and the 3 Ds

    See the full playlist on the radio show page of http://www.gregpoppleton.com

    Happy Listening!
    Greg
     
  10. In just one hour...

    In just one hour....! 0200 GMT 12 noon AEST
    107.3 2SER-FM Sydney & http://www.2ser.com

    Phantom Dancer Highlights this week:

    1. Jimmy Dorsey from the Meadowbrook Ballroom in 1939
    2. Ella Fitzgerald from the Roseland Ballroom in 1940
    3. The George Shearing Quintet over CBS TV in 1958

    Full playlist for today's show on the Radio Show page of http://www.gregpoppleton.com

    Enjoy

    Greg!
     
  11. In under 90 minutes from now....

    In under 90 minutes from now....

    Phantom Dancer Radio Show
    0200 GMT 12 noon AustEST
    107.3 2SER FM & http://www.2ser.com
    90 minutes of swing, jazz & dance from live 1920s - 60s radio & TV

    Today's highlights:
    1. Chubby Jacksons' Big Band from Birdland over WMCA NY in 1949
    2. Faye Adams singing with Sam 'the Man' Taylor's Big Band over WCBS NY in 1957
    3. The big bands of Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Tommy Dorsey & Glenn Miller broadcasting from Chicago, New York & Hollywood in the 1940s

    See the full playlist on the radio show page of http://www.gregpoppleton.com

    Enjoy!
    Greg
     
  12. PD Playlist Tues 9 Oct 2007

    Swing, jazz & dance from live 1920s - 60s radio & TV

    Highlights this Tuesday, 9 Oct 12 noon AEST (0200 GMT)
    107.3 2SER-FM Sydney & 2ser.com

    - Mack the Knife + Ballad of the Agreeable Life from the 1930 Berlin cast recording of the Threepenny Opera
    - 10 year old Toni harber sings with Count Basie's Orch. in a 1948 broadcast
    - Jimmie Lunceford broadcasting from Decker's Fiesta Danseteria,
    "The World's First Self-Service Night Club", 13 Jun 1940

    Full playlist on the radio show page of http://www.gregpoppleton.com

    Broadcasts for sale on the OTR CDs page of http://www.gregpoppleton.con

    Enjoy!
    Greg
     
  13. Phantom Dancer 2SER Radiothon

    Yep! It's that time of year. The annual 2SER Radiothon - raising money to keep community radio 2SER Sydney, and The Phantom Dancer Show on the air.

    Check out the Radiothon Phantom Dancer playlist for Tuesday 23 Oct, 12 noon on the Radio Show page of http://www.gregpoppleton.com

    And subscribe to 2SER-FM at https://www.donations.com.au/2ser/subscribe.asp

    Thank you for your support
    Greg Poppleton
    Phantom Dancer Radio Show
     
  14. Dec 4 Show

    Today's Phantom Dancer Radio Show - 90 minutes of live 1920s-60s swing, jazz & dance - will have excerpts from a 1937 NBC broadcast by Fairchild & Carroll & their 2 pianos, Ella Fitzgerald from the Savoy Ballroom, Charlie Parker from Boston's Hi Hat Club, Hal Kemp, Bob Chester & Tip Toe Through the Tulips with Don Vorhees.

    Full playlist on the Radio Show page of http://www.gregpoppleton.com

    Phantom Dancer 107.3 2SER-FM Sydney. Live stream http://www.2ser.com. Tuesdays 12 noon, 0100 GMT. Presented by Greg Poppleton since 1985

    Enjoy!
     
  15. Phantom Dancer Tues 11 Dec

    In just One Hour....
    In just one hour, The Phantom Dancer will be on the air
    - 90 minutes of swing, jazz & dance
    - from live 1920s-60s radio & TV
    - presented by Greg Poppleton since 1985
    - 107. 3 2SER FM Sydney & http://www.2ser.com

    Highlights today....
    1. Chubby's Blues - featuring the double bass of C Jackson on a Woody Herman broadcast from the Meadowbrook NJ, 1945
    2. The Andrew Sisters for Kraft in 1945
    3. The Dinning Sisters with nat King Cole for Wildroot Creme Oil in 1948

    See full playlist on the radio show page of http://www.gregpoppleton.com

    Enjoy!
     
  16. Today & Christmas Day

    The Phantom Dancer Christmas Show in one hour, and repeated at 12 noon (0100 GMT) Christmas Day has caroling aplenty from live 1930s-50s radio shows by:
    - Benny Goodman
    - Charlie Parker
    - Nat King Cole
    - Frank Sinatra
    - Count Basie
    - Chico Hamilton & More

    Show playlist & worldwide tune-in details - Radio Show page at http://www.gregpoppleton.com

    Enjoy,

    Greg Poppleton
     
  17. First Show for 2008

    Today's Phantom Dancer is the first for 2008.

    90 minutes of swing, jazz and dance from live 1920s-60s radio every Tuesday at 12 noon (0100 GMT) 107.3 2SER-FM & 2ser.com, Sydney

    This week's highlights:
    - Fats Waller & his Rhythm broadcasting from New York's Yacht Club in 1938
    - Rare Carl Ravazza Radio Transcription from 1941
    - Cole Porter singing You're The Top on a 1934 Fleishmann Yeast Show (with ad)

    Full playlist on the Radio Show page of http://www.gregpoppleton.com
     
  18. Jan 29 2008 Phantom Dancer

    Every Tuesday
    12 noon (0100 GMT) 2SER 107.3 Sydney & 2ser.com
    90 minutes of Swing Jazz & Dance from live 1920s-60s radio & TV

    Todays Highlights:
    - Dance band singer Doris Day in broadcasts from 1939 & 1945
    - The first Dorsey Bros Orchestra playing for Chrysler in 1934
    - Paul Whiteman's Concert Orchestra play Deep Purple over WJZ NY in 1936

    Full playlist on the Radio Show page of http://www.gregpoppleton.com
     
  19. Sugar Chile Robinson

    The six year old jazz piano prodigy, Sugar Chile Robinson appears with 8 year old drummer Joey Preston & Lionel Hampton's Orchestra on the Phantom Dancer, this Tuesday, Feb 5 - in a Jubilee Show from Hollywood in 1946.
    Plus 90 minutes of jazz, dance & swing from live 1920s-60s radio & TV including a rare aircheck of Abe Romain's Orchestra from Sydney's Trocadero around 1943
    Tune into The Phantom Dancer, 107.3 2SER-FM & 2ser.com, Tuesday 5 Feb 2008 12 noon (0100) GMT. On air since 1985. Presented by Greg Poppleton

    Full playlist at http://www.gregpoppleton.com

    Cheers
    Greg
     
  20. Phantom Dancer Radio Show 12 Feb 2008

    Phantom Dancer Radio Show
    Swing, Jazz & Dance from live 1920s-60s radio & TV
    12 noon EST (0100) GMT Tuesdays
    107.3 2SER-FM Sydney & 2ser.com

    This Tuesday's Highlights...
    - Bon Bon helps launch the new NBC studios of KYW Philadelphia in 1937 by singing in front of Jan Savitt & his Top Hatters
    - Duke Ellington plays solo piano for Nat King Cole in 1947 from Cincinnati and plays with his band from Birdland over NBC in 1952
    - Music Hall days are relived with a 1945 record by Dan Agar in Sydney singing I'm Henry the Eight, I Am
    See the full playlist on the Radio Show page of http://www.gregpoppleton.com
    And if you like music from 1920s -60s radio - checkout my online store on the Swing CDs, Books & DVDs page of http://www.gregpoppleton.com

    Enjoy
    Greg
     

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