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The Perth Blues Club Annual Memorial Show is where we remember past musicians and members with a great array of Perth’s musical talent. Non stop music from star to finish. 

The show starts at 3.00pm and runs through to 8.30pm.

We will also be having a silent auction of music memorabilia and gear, so if you have something musically related that you no longer want, bring it along and help raise funds for the Club.

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Natalie Gillespie is one of Perth’s most soulful singer/songwriters. A passionate storyteller, Natalie weaves her whole heart into each and every song, taking her audiences on a journey into her most vulnerable and joyful moments.

Having toured nationally and internationally with Yothu Yindi and supported an incredible array of International artists, this is a rare treat for the PBC, so come down and support this incredible local talent. 

Natalie will be accompanied by Dave Brewer guitar, Roy Matinez bass and Ric Eastman drums. They will be joined in the second set by Bob Patient on keyboards.

Supporting Natalie Gillespie are Cathy Early & Russell Prior (7.30pm)

Entry: $20.00 / $10.00 (members)

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Lez Karski and the Nervous Investors first came together at the Esperance Yacht Club for a New Year's Eve gig in 2000.

Lez had worked with drummer Ace Follington since the early eighties in Sydney, as session players for Flash & The Pan and Cheetah, and with The Hippos and Bondi Cigars. Ace brought along bassist Roy Daniel and the band was formed and played with no rehearsal for that New Year’s Eve gig.

Since that night, they've toured Australia both as an independent rock/blues trio and as a backing band for visiting overseas act. They have now added Bob Patient on keyboards to the line up, so they just keep getting better.

Supporting The Nervous Investors are The Night Herons (7.30pm) and The Warmups (10.00pm)

Entry: $20.00 / $10.00 (members)

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We've had a lot of request for these guys so here they are.

Perth cover band Men and Their Sheds provide entertainment that's suitable for an extremely broad audience spanning from the kids of today to the over thirties and beyond.

The band present a show which is of the highest level both musically and visually. Featuring a song list which encompasses classics from The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, Hoodoo Gurus, Van Morrison, Green Day, U2, and Matchbox 20....catering for just about any setting and demographic.

Supporting Men and Their Sheds are Two Trains (7.30pm) and Empire Blues (10.00pm).

Entry: $20.00 / $10.00 (members)

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The Perth Blues Club is delighted to announce that a coffee table style book has been produced to celebrate the first 25 years of the club in stunning, high quality photographs. This limited edition book is a collaboration between the Perth Blues Club and our official photographer Allen S Pyrah of asp-photography. 

While Allen has been taking photographs since 2008, this book also has images of many musicians who have performed at the PBC during its first 25 years. As well as photos of the musicians, you'll also find photos of some of the club's 'characters' and the volunteers who help it to run smoothly, capturing the atmosphere and vibe that is The Perth Blues Club.   

The Perth Blues Club, or the PBC as it is fondly known by some, had its fledgling beginnings in the early nineties when Rick Steele, with some musician mates, saw an opportunity for a venue for live blues-orientated music at The Charles Hotel in North Perth. After finding its feet in the front bar with an open mic approach, the club evolved quickly, moving to the back bar, becoming an incorporated not-for-profit organisation in 1992. 

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