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Lee Sappho and Wayne Green will bring their bands together and perform their new show "When Love Comes to Town" at the Perth Blues Club

Lee Sappho’s Love Thugs: The "Goddess of Peace, Love and Fornication" brings you the blues and so much more. Her stellar band The Love Thugs deliver with a thud you can't resist! Wayne Green’s Ragged Company: Blistering Old School Roots/Rock 'n' Roll ‐ Original Rock, Powerful, Poignant, and Hilarious.

That’s it in their own words. Both Lee and Wayne are backed by a top line up of musicians. Garry Shuttleworth (Guitar), Daryl Clarke (Rhythm guitar/back up vocals), Mark Ralph (Keys), Richard Woollett (Bass) and Geoffrey Maxwell (Drums).

This will be a hugely enjoyable night, so make sure you get down to the PBC and be part of it.

Opening act is Richie Pavledis (7.30pm)

Entry: $20.00 / $10.00 (members)

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Always popular at the PBC is local band Bloozology. The band was formed in 2007 under the banner of The McCowat-Nelson Blues Band, but later changed the name to a more recognisable and easily remembered Bloozology in 2010.

The current line-up has been together since 2012 and features Allan Lyford (bass and vocals), Alan McCowat (guitar and vocals), Mike Nelson (keys and vocals ), Paul Millard (saxes) and Vince Pavitt (drums ). Consisting of some of Perth's most experienced musicians, the band, as the name suggests, explores all facets of the blues delivering a unique blend of blues, rhythm and blues, jazz and soul rarely found in Perth.

With a repertoire of both originals and covers, they have developed a sound that should please all tastes in the broad spectrum of the blues.Having played successful gigs at The Ellington and Fremantle jazz clubs, Bloozology now returns to Perth Blues Club, back to where it started in 2007. Come on down, have a dance or just soak up the music, it's been a while, so you won't want to miss it!

Bloozology is supported by Johnny Law & the Pistol Packing Daddies (7.30pm).

Entry: $20.00 / $10.00 (members)

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The Committee of the Perth Blues Club (WA) Inc is pleased to officially announce the date of the 2018 Annual General Meeting.

The meeting will take place on Tuesday 18 September at the Charles Hotel, 509 Charles Street, North Perth, starting at 7pm.

All members are urged to attend the meeting to hear important information about the club and the future, and to vote for the 2018-19 Committee. Questions, discussion and feedback are welcome. 

Members wishing to nominate for the Committee must be fully paid up for 2018-19 and should use the official nomination form - forms and further details available by clicking "READ MORE".  

After the AGM is finished, we welcome Empire Acoustic (approx 8.15pm) followed by the Zydecats who will perform 2 sets (from approx 9.00pm)

Entry: $20.00 / $10.00 (members) or FREE to members who attend the AGM starting at 7.00pm.


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Cross Eyed Cats is a swing 'n' blues band from Freo who performs regularly at Strange Company and other venues. They are a five-piece band playing a mixture of original tunes and classic Chicago blues. Plenty of shuffles, swing and funk.

Cap'n Carps (Guitar & Vocals), 'Sweetlips' Fitzpatrick (Harmonica), Duncan 'Da Pumpkin' (Bass & Sticky Sticks) and Cantrell (Drums).

Cross Eyed Cats is supported by The Whiskey Pocket (7.30pm) and Apollo's Attic (10.00pm)

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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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