What do you get when you mix Status Quo with ZZ Top, add some Joe Cocker, a splash of Albert Collins topped off with some Paul Rodgers? Perth's Premier Rockin Boogie Band!
Dave Gillam's On The Level always plays a fantastic range of fun and bouncin' rockin' boogie!
The band comprises: Dave Gillam: Guitar, strong husky vibrative (sic) vocals and driving force behind this rockin' boogie outfit. Steve Garde: Local legend! Boogie lickin' guitarist keeping you electrified. Jim Awram: On bass, keeping the boogie flowing. Bill Blissett: Local legend on keys. Ian 'Bones' Ironside: On drums holding it all together.
If you love to dance, you'll love this band. If you love to boogie, you'll love this band. Oh hell ... you'll just love this band.
On the Level is supported by Marcus Sturrock (8pm) and the PBC House Band (10.30pm)
The Electrik Co combines high-energy blues, southern-flavoured funk and the dirt of deep fried, electrified dance boogie!
Andrew Winton (electric guitar and slide), known for festival touring with his Lucky 13 monster, returns to his first love of wrangling the Stratocaster. Rhythm section Eddie Parise (bass) and Frank Celenza (drums) are well known members of Proud Mary and former members of the acclaimed Baby Animals.
Playing classic songs that everyone knows in chilled-out mode through to a throbbing blues and soul charged party, the Electrik Co definitely has the vibe.
The Electrik Co is supported by Rick Steel, David Milroy & Simon Cox (8pm) and the PBC House Band (10.30pm)
Wayne Green's Ragged Company are legends of Australia's rock and blues scene creating a hybrid blend of rock'n'roll, blues and country. The band comprises Wayne Green on lead vocals; Garry Shuttleworth on guitar; Andrew Morgan on guitar, harmonica and vocals; Geoff Maxwell on drums and vocals; and Richard Woollett on bass.
Ragged Company is supported by Bret Mosely (8pm) and the PBC House Band (10.30pm)
The Gary Cox Band was formed by a chance meeting of Mal Skinner (bass & vocals) and Gary Cox (guitars & vocals) at a jam night back in 2004. So immediate was their chemistry that the search for a drummer began immediately. Again by chance, Gary met Wayne Antiock (drums) when playing a covers gig; within a week rehearsals had begun.
After their first performance, they were invited to play the Bridgetown Blues Festival. Musically the band performs an intense set of classic guitar-driven blues that leans on jazz, funk and rock influences. As well as their original music, audiences can expect an eclectic mix of Ry Cooder, Rory Gallagher, Eric Clapton, and Jeff Beck among many others including the odd Frank Zappa song.
Gary Cox Band is supported by Ivan Zar (8pm) and the PBC House Band (10.30pm)