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RTRFM's Monday night blues program 'Spoonful of Blues' will each week feature an artist who will be performing at the following night's Perth Blues Club event.

In addition, PBC President Rick Steele and Guitarist David Milroy have set up a LIVE 'Spoonful of Blues' session across the road from RTRFM on Monday Nights from 6pm to 9pm at the 'Flying Scotsman' Tavern.

Rick and David will perform live each week and after the interview, the featured artist will come over to the Flying Scotsman to join in and perform a few of their own songs. 

For details, check the RTRFM and Perth Blues Club's websites.

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At the 2017 AGM held on the 19 September, the attending members of the Perth Blues Club voted that the printed newsletter should not be posted out in the future due to the rising cost of printing, postage and handling. 

As a result of that vote the current newsletter will be the last to be sent by mail. Copies will be available by email to download and print, if desired. If you currently receive your newsletter by post, please send your full name and email address to Ken at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and you will be added to the email list.

The email version still comes out every five weeks and is exactly the same printed newsletter. However, you will receive it a few days earlier than by post. As usual, a limited number of printed copies will be available at the Club on Tuesday nights and at the Charles Hotel at other times.

In addition, the weekly update will keep you informed of any changes to the upcoming program of events.

We thank you for your understanding and ongoing support, and we are sorry for any inconvenience.

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The PBC will celebrate the 14th Annual Memorial Show, now back at the Charles after eight years at the Astor Theatre. 

This year will follow last year's plan and feature as many artists as possible performing in a collaborative fashion. Richie Pavledis is back from Switzerland and I  hear the "Hot Biscuit Band" will recharge for a few tracks.

Bob Patient will be "Playing  with my Friends" - Pete Romano, Mark Constable, Bill Blissett and more to be announced. 

October 31 is also Halloween, so costumes are optional!

 

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Marcus Sturrock 7 stringMarcus Sturrock (7.30pm)

Marcus  Sturrock  plays  eclectic  songs  &  tunes  on  alternately  tuned  6  /  7  steel  string  &  Baritone  acoustic  guitars,  interweaving  Blues,  Scottish,  Middle  Eastern,  Irish,  Funk  and  more;  a  multi‐ instrumentalist,  one  of  the  founders  of  driving  percussion  on  the  guitars  body,  simultaneously  playing contemporary and traditional guitar.

A session and concert musician, an audio engineer (runs  ‘Big  Ear’s  recording  studios’),  plays  and  composes  music  for movies,  dance,  theatre,  visual  arts,  radio,  television,  circus,  theme  park  and  dressage;  holds  guitar  workshops,  lectured  in  song  composition and audio engineering at TAFE.

Bruce  'Hurricane'  Hearn (9.00pm)

Hurricane Hearn nBruce  'Hurricane'  Hearn (from  the  iconic Melbourne  alternative  band  Strange  Tenants with  a  back  catalogue  of  7 albums)  has  toured  and performed with  international  acts  including  U2,  Paul Weller’s  Style  Council,  UB40,  in  London  with Jimmy Cliff, in Barcelona with blues legend Lazy Lester and most recently  with Canned Heat.

Hurricane Hearn performs original as well as classic Chicago  style blues.  As Bruce says unashamedly,  “it’s all about unbridled passion and  raw emotion…from the heart and to your groin”! 

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Australian Blues master and acoustic guitarist extraordinaire Lloyd Spiegel is well months into the Australian tour to launch his new album This Time Tomorrow and the ‘sold out’ signs have been hanging on many venue doors thus far.

After such an incredible start, Lloyd will be performing at the Perth Blues Club on Tuesday 17 October.

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