Vocalist and WAAPA lecturer Annie Neil is a stalwart in the Perth jazz scene. She is a founding member of the vocal group the Jazz Divas and was also the female lead in the rock musical Hair in Australia and New Zealand following on from her role as the female lead in the London production of Jesus Christ Superstar.
Annie was the vocal coach on the WA production of Bran Nue Dae and has performed, on several occasions, with the West Australian Symphony Orchestra crossing over into a variety of musical genres including jazz, blues, soul, gospel and funk and has been involved in recording work in London with Steely Dan and Kiki Dee. She had a number one hit with her own group, Fancy in the USA and has worked as a backing vocalist for artists such as Denis Waterman (soundtrack of Minder), Charles Aznavour, Roger Daltry, Jack Bruce, Sheena Easton and a multitude of others.
London born, Annie Neil's career began in Australia after her parents migrated from the UK. The live music scene in Australia provided the training ground for an extensive professional life in the music industry. After singing with bands on the west coast, Annie moved to Melbourne where she worked with some of the country's most respected musicians.
Annie Neil will be supported by Two Trains (8pm) and PBC House Band (10.30pm)
Entry: $15 ($10 members)
One of Perth's most entertaining cover bands, a three-piece outfit with a big, fat and fulfilling sound, is Resonator. The history of Resonator goes back to around 1998 or '99, when they were hosting regular jam nights around Perth in various line-ups. Since then, they have honed their live show into a lethal weapon.
The band prides itself in its versatility, playing the dirtiest down-home Delta Blues to stompin' Chicago Blues through to more modern rocking numbers from ZZ Top, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Rory Gallagher etc. They may even slip in some Stones, Beatles, or classic Aussie Rock!
Resonator will be supported by The Ten String Ramblers (8pm) and The PBC House Band (10.30pm)
Entry: $15 ($10 members)
It has been almost a decade since we have increased our membership fees, but like all clubs, our costs are on the increase. After much discussion, the Committee has decided to increase the membership fees, but has kept the increase to a minimum.
Single Membership is now $65 ($67 by credit card), Couples is now $110 ($113 by credit card) and Student membership is now $35 ($36 by credit card).
All patrons joining at the Club will now receive their membership cards on the night.
Our "Silver Jubilee" anniversary is fast approaching, so now is the time to be part of the most celebrated Blues Club in the southern hemisphere ... if not the world!
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