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Wild West coast hipsters of jumpin’ jive, supersonic swing and rockin’ rhythms, The Vibrolators combine forces with the sultry, sassy Miss Peta Lee to give you an exhilarating ride of the vintage jump blues ‘juke joint’ sounds of the 1950s and '60s. Peta Lee & The Vibrolators are sure to trigger your groove gland, getting your toes tappin’ and your butt shakin’ with their mix of covers and originals!

Support acts are Natural Boogie (7.30pm) and Cross Eyed Cats (10.00pm)

Entry: $15.00 (Members $10.00)

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If you love Chuck Berry you’re going to love this show! Full of energy and upbeat songs featuring Kent ‘Beast’ Hughes as Chuck Berry. If you weren’t on the dance floor already, you will be once this band starts.

Bag o' Snakes is supported by Kat Kinley and Jason Smith (7.30pm)

Entry: $15.00 (Members $10.00)

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Dynamic blues power outfit Empire Blues’ primary influences come from the British Blues invasion of the1960s. Initially, the band took its material from this period, but over time it has moved on to performing more original material in the belief that for blues music to evolve, you can’t keep just repeating the past. The band features prominent Western Australian blues musicians Andrew McIlroy  (guitar/vocal), Alan Dawson (bass guitar/vocal) and Frank Shinall (drums).

Empire Blues is supported by Dean Haitani (7.30pm) and Common Man Band (10.00pm).

Entry: $15.00 (Members $10.00)

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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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