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Greg Schultz Band

Greg Schultz Band
The Greg Schultz Band can perform in various size combinations from three to eleven and includes talented female vocalist, Emma Sophina. Sophisticated, smooth and very polished, Greg Schultz and his highly skilled band can provide elegant background music through to dance floor tunes.
One of Perth’s most experienced musicians, Greg has been a member of many successful bands over the past several years and currently heads his own big band which performs at many of the larger functions throughout Western Australia. Having gained a Bachelor of Music degree from UWA, Greg went on to become music director for Channel 9 Perth in 1980, working on shows such as Perth’s Young Entertainers and Appealathon. He has also composed many film and television scores including the popular “Ship to Shore” children’s series.

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Testimonial - Beverly Russell, Cystic Fybrosis ass. of WA

“Thank you for the excellent performance by the Greg Schultz band on the night of our 65 Roses Ball. On Such an occasion, it is not often seen that dancing starts even before entrée is served but 7th June was and exception due to the band’s irresistible repertoire and impressive presentation.”

Testimonial - Penny Tassone

“Just fabulous is what I would like to say. Greg and the band were the icing on the cake and our guests hit the dance floor immediately. It was a perfect way to end the evening and the repertoire was ideal for the dinner/dance mood we were all in. We did raise plenty of money thankfully and our guests are already looking forward to next year.”