Skip to main content

Gum Tree Entertainment Company

Entertainment for Weddings, Corporate and Private Functions in Melbourne & Victoria Ph 03 94973227

About Us
Contact Us
Site Map
Bands and Trios
Jazz Bands
East Side Jazz Band
Sugar Blue
Four Front Jazz
Classical Groups
Tribute Bands and Acts

Sugar Blue Biography

Members of Sugar Blue are:

Pete  – Saxaphones, Percussion
Paul  – Guitar, Lead Vocals, Percussion
Scott -  Drums
Vince – Double Bass,  Electric Bass

Click here to see Sugar Blue Trio playing Devil May Care Solos

Click here to see Sugar Blue Trio playing Over The Rainbow

Click here to see Sugar Blue Trio playing Ove Como Va

All members of Sugar Blue are seasoned professionals and take pride in their presentation and equipment.
Paul has performed at numerous functions, major events and festivals across Australia.
These include the Crown Casino, Lassiters Casino, The Spirit of Tasmania (boat), The St.Kilda Festival, Menzies Rialto, Brighton International and the Maroondah Festival.
Paul is English/Jamaican and the cultural influence often comes across in the rhythms and vocal style though he is well versed in various popular music styles.
Pete also draws on wide experiences having been leader of his own bands and a member of well-known big-bands. He has toured Australia and Internationally. Pete is a versatile musician playing the beautiful Soprano Sax right through to the deep sounding Baritone Sax as well as guitar and hand percussion. Recent tours have included New Caledonia and The Northern Territory.
Scott is a well respected Melbourne drummer well established in the jazz scene. He appears regularly at Dizzy’s jazz club along with Paris Cat, Manchester Lane and Crown Casino. Festivals have included the Wangaratta Jazz festival.
Scott is a smooth drummer with great dynamic range according to the setting.
Vince also has wide experience in the Melbourne music scene having appeared at venues too numerous to mention. Many of the dates in recent times have been with Paul and Pete. Recently they have included trio performances at the Royal Hotel in Essendon, Music Day for the City of Casey and as quartet at Tesselaars Tulip Festival. Weddings are also a regular occurrence for the band. Click here to see and hear more of this great band.

Sugar Blue’s Repertoire of Standards

All or nothing at all
All the things you are
As time goes by
Autumn leaves
Blue bossa
Canteloupe Island
Cant get started
Come Fly With Me
Days of wine and roses
Devil May Care
Don’t get around much anymore
Don’t be blue
Fly me to the moon
Foggy day
Green dolphin street
Gentle rain
I get a kick out of you
I got it bad
It could happen to you
It had to be you
I only have eyes for you
Like young
Long ago and far away
Lets get lost
My one and only love
Nature boy
New York, New York
Night and day
No greater love
Old Devil Moon
Out of nowhere
On a clear day
Old for the new
Over The Rainbow
Sunshine of my life
Straighten up and fly right
There will never be another you
There is no greater love
The way you look tonight
Under my skin
Watch what happens
When I fall in love
You don’t know me
You don’t know what love is

And more…

Sugar Blue’s Repertoire of Modern Standards
Wild World – Maxi Priest/Cat Stevens
Fragile – Sting
Moondance – Van Morrison
Sway – Michael Buble
Jammin’  – Bob Marley
Jamaican Farewell – Harry Bellafonte
Is This Love – Bob Marley
Picture Of My Life – Jamiroquai
Bourbon Street – Sting
Love of My Life – Santana/Mathews
Smooth – Santana/Rob Thomas
Oye Como Va – Santana
St. Thomas Way – Sonny Rollins
Under The Boardwalk – The Drifters
Roxanne – The Police
Fields Of Gold - Sting
Jamaican in New York - Sting
Corner of The Earth – Jamiroquai
Kiss From a Rose - Seal
Under The Milky Way

Something – George Harrison
Waiting In Vain – Bob Marley
Bourbon Street – Sting
Perfect Life – Sting
Hero – Enrique
Kiss – Prince
Ain’t No Sunshine – Bill Withers
Set Them Free – Sting
Brown Eyed Girl – Van Morrison
C.C. Rider – Ray Charles
Fever – Various Artists
Mustang Sally – The Committments
Love Is In The Air – John Paul Young
My Girl – The Temptations
Take Me To The River – Commitments
Isn’t She Lovely – Stevie Wonder
Superstition – Stevie Wonder
You Are So Beautiful – Joe Cocker
Amazing – Alex Lloyd