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Jesse Gordon
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Jessie Gordon is a very sun-shy red-headed musician who enjoys music that swings, dancing in her kitchen to Otis Redding, eating cheese at any given opportunity and singing in the shower and every other (shaded) venue. Her main musical passions are blues, jazz,gospel and roots music. Jessie has toured the world, performing in South East Asia, Germany, France, Spain, Italy and the UK. She has been nominated for 22 Fringe Awards and has won 15 Music and Cabaret Awards at Fringe World.

Jessie works with many different bands in Perth including Sassafras, Apocalypse Lounge, The Dirty Blues Band, Perth Cabaret Collective, and the Anatomically Incorrect Gentlemen. She has recorded in Berlin with Ginger Blues, in Madrid with Swing Roulette (coming in 2019) and has just released her first original album A Work of Friction.

Jesse will be performing two sets with her band. She is supported by Midnight Sun (7.30pm)

ENTRY: $20.00 (General Admission) | $10.00 (Members)

Eugene 'Hideaway' Bridges
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Born in New Orleans, Eugene 'Hideaway' Bridges is a nomadic musician living his life on the road travelling from America through Europe, to Australia with many other stops in between. He is a keen member of the Perth Blues Club and always looks forward to performing here - he even wrote a song about the club which featured on his album Hold on a Little Bit Longer.

A towering man with a huge voice, playing an unparalleled brand of blues, oozing enough genuine charm to light up a small city. If you like your blues music laced with soul, funk, gospel and rock, delivered with buckets of class and warmth take a listen to Eugene's musical catalogue.

In 2000 Eugene signed to Armadillo Music and released his CD, Man Without A Home, which got worldwide airplay. Eugene appeared, often headlining, at major festivals in the USA, all over Europe, Singapore, New Zealand and Australia, whipping up a storm wherever he went with his distinctive southern sound.The 2003 release, Jump the Joint, reached Number 4 in the US Living Blues Charts, charting for three months. Eugene's songs also appeared regularly in The National Association of Rhythm and Blues DeeJay charts. He was nominated for three 2003 US Cammy Music Awards. In September 2004 Eugene recorded his next CD, Coming Home, at The Zone Studio in Dripping Springs, Texas, using a full horn section on several tracks, led by Seth Kibel. Texan guitarist and friend Rocky Athas also joined him on two cuts.

After four CDs recorded with a full band, Eugene's next self-titled release was recorded in the studio with friends and fellow musicians met on the road. Lucky Oceans co-founder of the western swing band Asleep at the Wheel plays Pedal Steel on three tracks and Texan legend Ray Wylie Hubbard lays down some fine Slide Guitar on I Can't Wait. This CD was nominate for two 2008 US Blues Music Awards. March 2009 saw Eugene in San Antonio to fulfil his fans wishes for a Live CD. With the line up of Bobby Baranowski on Drums, Eric King Bass, David Webb Keys, Seth Kibel Sax and Justine Miller on Trumpet, you have the real deal. Live in San Antonio was nominated for two 2011 Blues Music Awards in the Soul Blues Album and Soul Blues Artist Categories.

January 2011 Eugene was back in the Zone Studio, Dripping Springs, Texas with Pat Manske as Producer. Pat who has previously produced both of Eugene's Blues Music Award nominated albums. The CD Rock And A Hard Place is Eugene and his big band. Horns again led and arranged by long time collaborator and maestro Seth Kibel. David Webb on Keyboards, Hammond B3, Piano and Wurlitzer, Lloyd Maines on Pedal Steel, Eric 'Lollipop' King on Bass Guitar, Calep Emphrey on Drums, Seth Kibel on Alto, Tenor, Baritone Saxophones and Flute, Shane Pitsch on Trumpet and Mark V Gonzales on Trombone. Blues, Soul, Jump, Funk, Gospel, Rock and Beach Music all make Eugene's CD an upbeat journey through all the musical influences that have made him the seasoned and versatile performer we have today. Rock And A Hard Place charted at No 4 in The Living Blues Radio Chart for July 2011 and Eugene was a triple 2012 Blues Music Award nominee in the following categories; Album of the Year for Rock And A Hard Place, Soul Blues Album for Rock And A Hard Place and Soul Blues Artist. The Blues Music Awards are universally recognized as the highest accolade afforded to musicians and songwriters within blues music.

Eugene will be supported by Trevor Jalla (7.30pm) and Playing with my Friends (10.00pm)

ENTRY: $30.00 (General Admission) | $20.00 (Members)

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Following the sad news of the passing of one of the Perth Blues Club's much loved musicians Gary Cox, there will be a tribute show on Sunday 7 April at the Charles Hotel.

It will start in the Beer Garden at 3pm and then move to the main room at 6.30pm. Many of Gary's fellow musicians will be performing in honour of this gentle, generous and caring guy.

Please come along to celebrate Gary's passion for music and to share your memories.

Entry is by donation to Saving Animals From Euthanasia (SAFE), one of his favourite charities.

More information soon.

Harmonica and microphone
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Each year, The Perth Blues Club celebrates the influence of the Blues Harp (harmonica) has had on blues music through the ages.

This is one of our most popular themed nights and incorporates a free introductory tutorial for anyone interested in taking up the instrument.

The night features a Diamond Dave and the Doodaddies with a host of Perth's top harp players. 

Roy Payne
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Roy Payne's Hillbilly Bop Safari plays a style of music for people who love to Rock n Roll Swing dance. The roots of the music comes from the Americana country jazz swing era from the late 40’s to the early 60’s this music was often called Hillbilly Bop.

Roy performs songs from popular artists from the era plus original tunes off his latest CD “Hillbilly Bop Safari Volume 2”. Roy heads up the band playing his custom-made, twin-neck guitar and as a plus Roy can pull out his Zydeco Accordion and play tunes from the Louisiana Dance halls Which makes for an exciting Live set.

The Hillbilly Bop Safari plays soft, sweet, jazz blues through country swing to hot rockabilly and jump swing blues.

The band is supported by Minnie Marks (7.30pm)

ENTRY: $20.00 (General Admission) | $10.00 (Members)