— Robert Johnson Tribute
Bloozology formed in 2007 as The McCowat-Nelson Blues Band changing its name to purchase cialis online the much-easier-to-remember moniker in 2010.
The current line-up has been together since 2012 and features Allan Lyford (bass and vocals), Alan McCowat (guitar and vocals), Mike Nelson (keys and vocals), Paul Millard (saxes) and Vince Pavitt (drums). These are some of Perth's most experienced and highly-respected musicians who pride themselves in exploring all facets of cialis prescription drug stores yasmin the blues.
The five piece's repertoire consists of both original compositions and covers a broad spectrum of the blues to ensure something to please all tastes. This unique blend of blues, R'n'B, jazz, funk and buy viagra from india soul is rarely found in Perth.
Having played successful gigs at The Ellington and Fremantle jazz clubs, Bloozology returns to where it started at the Perth Blues Club - Tuesday 29 April.
"Come on down, have a dance or just soak up the music," says Alan. "It's been a while so you won't want to miss it!"
Bloozology is supported by Phil & Trudy Edgeley (8pm) and The Warm-ups Blues Band (10pm).
PBC President Rick Steele has designated the first Tuesday in May as 'We Care for Nurses' night.
A few recent encounters with these unsung heroes inspired Rick to dedicate a night to them; a tribute he hopes will become an annual event.
"This has been a long held idea since I spent two weeks with my mother and nurses as we watched and waited for the end," explained Rick.
"I thought the great job nurses do is often overlooked and they, like lots of other hardworking people in our community, needed a simple pat on the back every now and then.
"After all, for most people, a nurse will be present as they enter this world, and a nurse will be there at the end.
"A few months ago at a 60th birthday (I used to buy viagra without prescription pharmacy online do twenty-firsts!), I was talking to a couple of young nurses, that was the viagra samples online trigger, along with my recent stay in hospital, to change a push to shove and make this happen."
The bill on Tuesday 6 May features Perth surgeon Dick Beaver's band Big Boss Beaver; the Heavy Hitters whose guitarist, Russell Smith's partner is nurse; and the renowned PBC House Band's Marc Gordon, who is married to a nurse.
The musical mix will be upside blues with the emphasis on fun. Nurses with ID get in for just five dollars.
"This is just the beginning," said Rick. "I want to build on this and viagra twice feature musicians with medical qualifications...doctors and nurses outfits are optional!"
Perth native Dale Boaden returns home, and to PBC after over a year away living in Melbourne to perform the repertoire of the most admired songwriter and performer in the history of genuine cialis no prescription the blues, the mythical Robert Johnson. Johnson was said to have sold his soul to the devil at the famous 'crossroads' in Clarkesdale MS in return for his guitar virtuosity. No such deal for Dale, who did it the hard way.
After graduating from WAAPA in 2010, Dale worked around Perth for several years, getting the low cost alternatives and viagra opportunity to perform as a side man with the Mace Francis Orchestra, the WAAPA All Star Big Band, the West Australian Symphony Orchestra, the Jazz Guitar Society of WA and countless local original projects, as well as leading many of his own ensembles.
Since relocating to Melbourne, Dale has worked mostly as a solo act, performing the music of Robert Johnson, Son House, Big Bill Broonzy, Lead Belly and other blues masters in various venues and street festivals all around Victoria.
"I grew up knowing about the Blues Club (my dad was a member when I was a kid) and every time I've been to a gig there it has had a great audience and vibe so I am really looking forward to my return to the stage there."
Also appearing are The Healys (8.45pm) and Pale Blonde Mexicans (10pm).