Please note that this month’s Jam Session is being held one week earlier due to circumstances beyond our control. This will be the second Sunday of the month rather than the third Sunday. We will resume with the third Sunday for March. Come on down and enjoy the fun.
Start the year with a hiss and a roar. This is the first jam for 2020 and it will be a ringer. We finished last year with the biggest ever turnout and we intend this year to be our best ever.
Please get there early and get your name on the white board. We hate it when people miss out. If you want to join the club then we will sign you up so that you can enjoy a year of jamming each month with a whole heap of talented local musicians and blues enthusiasts.
Please note: new start / finish times.
The dust has hardly settled in Bridgetown and it is time for our monthly jam so don’t get too comfortable. This is not the time to pack away those instruments. There are heaps of reasons to get down to the Parade. The weather is perfect and we will be in the clubs new Marquee, we have new amps for you to try out and so much more. See you Sunday.
We will be there….will you? It’s the biggest Blues event in WA and this year the South West Blues Club has a greater than ever presence, playing on three stages over the weekend. Get down to Bridgetown for the greatest little festival in Australia.
Hell, the guitar pick key ring is worth that by itself! Our membership runs from November to November so it is time to renew or begin your membership in one of Australia’s most active Blues Clubs. As a member you not only get this cool key ring, but you get to play on stage at our monthly jam sessions, you receive our newsletters (the first to be released soon), notification of music gigs in the area and discounts at Blues Club run events. But above all you are joining a fellowship of passionate people who absolutely love music and above all support live music. Rekindle your love of music, dust off that musical instrument and be a part of something really worthwhile. All for less than the cost of a pub meal.
This is another busy month. The weekend after the Bull and Barrel we are back at our favourite haunt for Jam Day. Get down there early so you can get your name up on the board, we don’t want anyone missing out. Also you can still order Tee Shirts and these are hopefully not far away. With the weather warming up this may be our last Jam indoors. See you there.
This iconic little annual Festival is what country living is all about. For one day Dardanup’s population swells and tourists and city folk alike pour into town for the time of their lives. The South West Blues Club is also there, adding a heap of great music into the equation. We shall see you there.
Jam Day is only weeks away so dust off your instruments, warm up those vocal cords and get ready for an afternoon of music and good fun. If you are new to the jams then come on down and join in or if you are not ready to hit the stage just come and listen and meet fellow musicians and music lovers. We will still be inside at the Parade so don’t worry about the weather. See you Sunday
Congratulations to Don Carlson of Eaton, the winner of our raffle. Don is now the proud owner of the beautiful Snakehead Tele Guitar, from Master Luthier Les Brooks, of Ratbones Musical instruments.
Don is a ukulele player who will now need to learn to play guitar.