Bublé Crazy Love
The Hits! The Inspirations! The Beginnings! The Love!
Featuring Greg & Katey Aspeling
The style popularised by the likes of Frank Sinatra and Bobby Darrin is now as popular as ever, due in no small part to Michael Bublé who has been almost single-handedly responsible for the rebirth of big band music
The Buble Experience is not a tribute to Michael Bublé, but rather a salute - Greg Aspeling’s unique and smooth renditions of Bublé’s work makes his performances enthralling, and, with a vase of red roses on stage to hand to some lucky ladies, really sets the scene......
With an outstanding 12 piece Big Band and special guest Katey Aspeling (an absolutely stunning female vocalist), the show is non-stop top-class entertainment
The second half of the show concentrates more on Bublé featuring all his contemporary hits - Kissing a Fool, Just Haven’t Met You Yet, Home etc. Greg also covers Bublé’s versions of classics like All of Me, Foggy Day, Crazy Little thing Called Love, Cry Me A River, and many more
As stated, this show is NOT a tribute, as Greg Aspeling is not trying to look nor sound specifically like Michael Bublé – however the music and production are pure gold.
Tailored to your event
Greg & Katey Aspeling are a unique father and daughter duo
Having begun their singing careers, nearly by accident, just a few years ago, in 2007, when they were both cast in the Arts Centre Gold Coast's production, Broadway In Concert they have since quickly gained popularity with their vocal dynamics and their smooth, sophisticated interpretation of the jazz and swing classics. Based on the Gold Coast, Greg & Katey regularly perform with an 11 piece Big Band. The two also perform with their smaller band around south east Queensland with some of Australia's finest musicians providing quest performances
"Bublé Crazy Love". First launched in April 2011 to a sellout audience in the Paradise Showroom at the Arts Centre Gold Coast for the Gold Coast Jazz & Blues Club
Opening with Feeling Good & segues into Crazy Little Thing Called Love. Then on to......
You Don't Know Me (the "crush")
A Foggy Day In London Town (love at first sight)
I Won't Dance (duet with Katey) (shy beginnings)
Baby You've Got What It Takes (duet with Katey) (this it it...)
Fever (got the hots.....)
Moondance ("crazy in love" things you do)
Sway (more "crazy love" stuff)
Come Fly With Me (more "crazy love" stuff)
Home (shaky ground - second thoughts)
All Of Me (desperation)
Kissing A Fool (regret)
Down With Love (duet with Katey) (never do that again)
Don't Get Around Much Anymore (Still hurting)
Just Haven't Met You Yet ("Miss" right is out there somewhere)
Encores - Mack The Knife (Michael's tribute to the jazz legends)
For Once In My Life (duet) (the love of his life)
Greg & Katey Aspeling - from an 11 piece Big Band (options of smaller bands or backing tracks available) - bring you the great swing and jazz hits plus pop tunes to keep the party bopping along
Surfers Paradise Festival 2011 - A La Carte In The Park - July, 2011. Greg and Katey were one of 6 acts, along with David De Vito, performing in the Surfers Paradise Festival 2011 at the A La Carte In The Park event. They will also be touring Northern NSW with the Crazy Love Show.
With Michael Bublé and Dianna Krall changing the way the younger generation has embraced the standards, most of the songs are backed by these fabulous "second generation" arrangements.
Today's modern song stylists - Michael Bublé, Diana Krall, Robbie Williams, Jamie Cullum - have kept the legacy of "jazz/swing" standards alive. And so has Greg & Katey Aspeling. From a bluesy performance of the Robbie Williams arrangement of "One For My Baby" to the upbeat, jazzy "Too Darn Hot" from Ella Fitzgerald, you will be absolutely thrilled with these performances.
2010 Sanctuary Cove Christmas Concert Gold Coast supporting Guy Sebastian with Les Wilson's Swing Force Big band.Again in 2011 as support for Stan Walker.
Katey sang the National Anthem at the 2009 SuperGP on the Gold Coast televised live on Network 7 nationally and internationally and again in 2011 for the AFL Gaelic International Football match at Metricon Stadium televised live on Network 10 in Australia & the UK
Performances over the last few years have included solos in the Gold Coast Arts Centre's musical production, "Broadway in Concert" , before a packed house for 5 shows. Solos performed included the classic "The Lady Is A Tramp", written in 1937 and popularised in the 1959 Frank Sinatra movie, Pal Joey and Franki Valli's "Can't Take My Eyes Off You".
Other performance include Concert In The Park, Paradise Point, Gold Coast, MacLean Christmas Show, Gold Coast City Council in conjunction with Runaway Bay RSL's Australia Day Celebration at Anzac Park, Twin Towns Christmas Show, Sanctuary Cove Christmas Concert featuring Guy Sebastian 2010, Stan Walker 2011, and many corporate and private performances.
You will be blown away by the great vocals of Greg and Katey. The two have just recently added 2 great Michael Bublé duets, Down With Love and Baby You've Got What It Takes.
The following songs are not all performed with the Big Band but is a mix of backing and small band:
Michael Buble -Haven't Met You Yet, Kissing A Fool, Home, The Way You Look Tonight, Put Your Head On My Shoulder, Moondance, Come Fly With Me, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, For Once In My Life, Summer Wind, Sway, Feeling Good, Foggy day In London Town, You Don't Know Me, Can't Buy Me Love, The More I See You, Save The Last Dance For Me, Try A Little Tenderness, How Sweet It Is, A Song For You, I've Got You Under My Skin, Everything, Me & Mrs Jones, The Best Is Yet To Come, Call Me Irresponsible, It Had better Be Tonight, Got The World On A String, Mack The Knife, Nice and Easy, Smile, Heartache Tonight, Hollywood
Robbie Williams - "Swing When You're Winning" album - Ain't That A Kick In The Head, One For My Baby, Beyond The Sea, Me & My Shadow, Have You Met Miss Jones
Diana Krall - East Of The Sun West Of The Moon, Look Of Love, Quiet Nights
Ella Fitzgerald - Paper Moon, Too Darn Hot, They Can't Take That Away From, Straighten Up and Fly Right
Jamie Cullum - "Twentysomething"album - (Funky Jazz Style) These Are The Days, I get A Kick Out Of You, It's About Time, I Could Have Danced All Night, What A Difference A Day Made, Old Devil Moon.
Frank Sinatra - Various Hits - The Lady Is A Tramp, That's Life, New York New York, My Way, Fly Me To The Moon, Strangers In The Night, Chicago, Night and Day, Witchcraft.
Other Swing Hits - Bobbie Darin - How About You, Nat King Cole - On The Street Where You Live, Orange Coloured Sky, Route 66, Natalie Cole - L-O-V-E and more
OPTIONS - From Just Greg & Katey with backing tracks to individual performance tailored to your budget
Band options can start from just piano accompaniment through to the Big Band