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Remember the good times? Well, they’re back. Stones flavoured R&B with a twist of  rock’n’roll, a dash of blues and a splash of whatever that other ingredient is, is what makes the Love Bites. Having long since forgotten their vague promise to deliver that fourth chord, they remain in that magical era when bands got up, kicked it around and just had a brilliant time playing a bunch of songs.

Supporting Love Bites are The 3 and Dr John & the Midnight Jammers.

Entry: $15.00 (Members $10.00)

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With St Patrick's Day coming up on Saturday 17 March, the Perth Blues Club is helping to get you in the mood for all things Green with a new show entitled "The Irish Play the Blues" on Tuesday 13 March - who ever said blue and green should not be seen?

This very special night features The Healys, with special guests Gary Cox Band, Jonny Reid and Rhys Wood. Expect a great mix of traditional and contemporary Irish music with a a blues twist. 

PROGRAM: 
7.30pm Rhys Wood, 
8.15pm The Healys , 
9.00pm HEALY REID BAND featuring Jonny Reid
9.30pm Gary Cox Band - Rory Gallagher Tribute, 
10.00pm The Healys & Friends. 

ENTRY: $15.00 / Members $10.00

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Toni Swain and her band visit the Perth Blues Club on Tuesday 20 March as part of their WA Tour.

Toni listened to her Dad’s band (Swan City Jazzband) in Perth as a young child, danced and sang along to the vinyl collection at home – Joni, Ella, Stevie, Etta, Michael, Donny, rock n roll, country, pop, soul; an eclectic mix that influenced her song writing from the beginning.

Toni wrote her first tune aged 11,  laying down drums, piano, vocals and guitar using two cassette decks. At 13 she was busking in Hay Street Mall, confident enough in her songs to sing them loudly to the world. At 19 she was on the road with a rock opera band, touring the eastern coast. A life time of live shows, touring and recording followed in Australia and overseas. She has produced three albums and three EPs to date. 

Major shows played recently include Echuca Blues, Devonport Jazz, Auckland Jazz and Blues festivals, and the band has been confirmed to play Broadbeach Blues, Wangaratta Jazz, and New Zealands Bay of Islands Jazz and Blues festivals this year.

Rhythms Magazine describes Toni’s music as “a glorious fusion of blues, r & b, soul and jazz….it defies categorization”. There is a sophistication in her original compositions, always delivered with style and panache, and that incredible voice! Toni is renowned for her intense, moving, live performances.

Toni’s touring band features the impressive Roy Payne on guitar (Don Walker band), Mike Rix double bass (Bridie King), with Perth drummer Garry Howard (The Mixtures) and blues royalty Bob Patient on keys.

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EveryOneBand is the biggest band in the world that you’ve never heard of. Yet.
 
With over 500 members already, including Midnight Oil, Cold Chisel, Powderfinger, The Preatures, Paul Kelly, Kate Miller-Heidke, The Wiggles, The Angels, Baby Animals and Kasey Chambers, these amazing artists have all joined EveryOneBand and are inviting EveryOne else to join as well. They’re also contributing to the band’s first single, Stand By You - and so can you! 
 
 
Your contribution will be added to the final mix then EveryOneBand will produce the song and make it available for download and streaming on Friday, 18 May 2018. The organisers are going for a Gold single and a #1 chart position with proceeds going to Support Act.

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The search for WA’s best songs returns, offering over $45,000 worth of prizes!

Returning to celebrate exceptional WA songwriting, WAM Song of the Year 2017/18 is closing for submissions TOMMOROW - Monday 12 February.

The state-wide search for WA’s best songs offers over $45,000 worth of prizes to songwriters of all ages, levels and genres. With this year’s competition now open to published works, there are even more opportunities for local songwriters to have their work heard by leading music industry judges.

GET ON IT QUICK BEFORE IT CLOSES!

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