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The Committee of the Perth Blues Club (WA) Inc. gives notice of the upcoming Annual General Meeting, which will take place on Tuesday 19 September at 7pm sharp.

All members are urged to attend. 

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Paul Gioia's 'Across The Tracks' Band shines the light on early blues and gospel icons who crossed the tracks between the club on Saturday and church on Sunday. Think Son House and Blind Willie Johnson through to Mavis Staples, Aretha Franklin and Mahalia Jackson, and composers like Thomas A. Dorsey who almost single-handedly created the black gospel movement.

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In this special themed night we have two great keyboard players for you, Kat Kinley and Sue Bluck. Both known and admired at the PBC.

Also two talented and well known men with their guitars, namely Jason Smith and Steve Garde.

Add to that the vocal talents of Fiona Garde and Cathy Earl and not forgetting the other band members who can also belt out a good tune, we are in for some wonderful entertainment.

This is a three-set show starting at 7.30pm on Tuesday 29 August.

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Johnny Law and the boys’ ever evolving style encompasses the great sounds of the 1950s, with styles such as Americana, Rockabilly, Country and Rock and Roll.

Johnny hails originally from Perth, but has spent time living in California and toured extensively, constantly developing and absorbing influences and inspiration from the global music community.

His music has been described as a raw, real traditional rockabilly: a mix between Johnny Carroll, The Johnny Burnette Trio and early Elvis Sun Records stuff, with a modern sound thrown in.

Johnny Law & the Pistol Packin' Daddies perform at 9pm with Steely Blues opening the night at 7.30pm. 

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Joining renowned bluesman Lindsay Wells on guitar and vocals is Bob Geaves on bass and Rob Leach on drums to make Awesome Wells. Much has been made of the new breed of Perth rock musicians who are putting our city on the world's musical map but Lindsay Wells has been doing it for over 30 years. To find out if that accolade is true, you have to experience the awesomeness of Wells up close and personal.

Wells is a musician whose career has extended to most of his life beginning at the age of 11 with the East Vic Park School Brass Band as a multi-instrumentalist majoring on trombone. As rock’n’roll became a magnetic driving force in the ‘60s, Wells decided to become a guitarist and quickly developed into one of Australia’s greats, featuring as a member and leader of some of the most entertaining and legendary bands in our music scene. He has since played as a guest with many of the world’s great bands including Eric Clapton with whom he played a two hour concert.

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