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This is the first of our 'double-header' shows that make up the format of the winter season.

Performing this week are the Big Town Players (7.30pm) followed by 2-sets from Rick Steele & the Blues Busters (9.00pm).

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When, at the age of twelve, Bon Scott shows you how to beat the crap out of a drum kit', your father is showing you how to fix a 454 hot rod, and you mark out your own quarter mile drag strip with white paint - well, it seems likely that you're destined to be on the Who's Who top ten list of Australian Hard Rock guitarists. This was the ambiance in the formative years of John Meyer, who by the time he was twenty-two years old was on the most wanted list' of rock guitarists, finding fame with nationally successful bands Swanee, Sharon O'Neill, Rose Tattoo, Chain and Perth bands Bakery and Fatty Lumpkin. It was the 1970s and Meyer was riding the third wave' of Australian rock.

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A swing/jump Chicago style, five piece blues band that also likes to cut across the genre to play lively Texas shuffle and modern rhythm and blues numbers. The band has been playing at corporate, hotel and party functions for about 10 years and was a finalist in the WAMI awards for original compositions and performance in the not too distant past.

BBB features Dick Beaver (harmonica, vocals and steel guitar), Dave Joske (guitar and vocals), Mike Weise (saxophones), Michael Arkins (drums) and John Hunter (bass).

Dancing is what it is all about, so see you on the dance floor!

Big Boss Beaver will be supported by Simon Cox, Angus Digs & John Wilson (7.30pm) and Old School (10pm)

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Two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, 21-time Grammy Award winner and recipient of The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire.. Sir Paul McCartney will bring his acclaimed long-running One On One Tour to nib Stadium on Saturday 2 December, 2017.

In a first for both Paul McCartney and Frontier Touring, the announcement was made in a Facebook Live event this evening where McCartney went ‘One On One’ with Australia’s own Tim Minchin to reveal all the finer details of the upcoming tour.
Performing in stadiums and arenas in Perth, Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney and Auckland, this will be McCartney’s first Australian and New Zealand tour since 1993’s The New World Tour more than 24 years ago.

“We’ve been waiting to get back to Australia and New Zealand for years and now it’s finally happening. It is very exciting. I’m really looking forward to the concerts as we’ve always had such a brilliant time whenever we’ve been before so we know we are in for a treat. Can’t wait to see you and all rock out together."

The One On One Tour launched in the United States in 2016 and saw McCartney play 41 shows across 12 countries to more than 1.2 million people, winning rave reviews from concertgoers and critics alike:

"In spite of the size of the venues, McCartney and his music forge a personal connection with each and every one in the audience." – PopMatters

"McCartney creates a joy that is boundless both onstage and off." – The Washington Times

"He’s an artist who defined the past, but he’s also an artist unwilling to let go of the future. Rest assured, we’re all the better for it." – Consequence of Sound

The One On One Tour features a brand new production, as always, utilising state of the art audio and video technology and to ensure an unforgettable experience from every seat in the house. Employing massive screens, lasers, fireworks and, of course, a staggering selection of the best songs ever written or performed, every Paul McCartney show promises a once in a lifetime evening that transcends and elevates the potential of live music.

Make no mistake – McCartney’s One On One Tour will be a once-in-a-lifetime event. Act quickly to secure your tickets!

Tickets available from TicketMaster starting Tuesday 4 July, 2017

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The PBC Committee has decided to change the line-up of our regular Tuesday Night sessions for the winter months. This means a change to the start and finish times and the performances. 

As from Tuesday 11 July, the doors will open at 7.00pm and the first act will start at 7.30pm. After a short break, the second act will perform two sets starting at 9.00pm and finishing at 11.00pm instead of midnight. This means you will get home earlier. This also means that both acts will get extended performances. 

This change has been made to reflect the fact that patrons tend to leave earlier on winter nights, so by bringing the whole night forward, you will be able to enjoy more of the night's entertainment.

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