club is in great shape with another really exciting year ahead. If you
would like to be part of the club’s direction then come and join us at
our AGM. We would love to have more people involved in our ‘music
family’. Our Chairman James will be reviewing the year and the 2018
achievements. Come and be part of one of the most exciting music clubs
in Australia. The AGM will be held at 11am prior to the start of the
afternoon Jam Session.
June was the first of our indoor Winter Jams and the joint was well and truly rocking. Put July 21 in your diary because you won’t want to miss the biggest regular jam session in WA. Dust of your musical instrument or your dancing shoes and get on down to the Parade. Our raffled Rat Bones, Snakehead Tele could be yours for just $5 so that’s another good reason to make your presence felt.
weather Gods love our music. We have had such a great run outside in
the sunshine. But if it rains we will be inside having just as much fun.
Every third Sunday of the month the Parade Hotel rocks to the sound of
music. If you haven’t been to a jam before then come on down, newcomers
and guests are welcome. If you just want to hear a great line up of
musicians and music then this will be the place. Catch you there.
April Jam Day was our biggest ever. There just isn’t a place in WA
where you can hear such a big line up of musicians like our jams. Come
and join the fun. Either to listen to an afternoon of music with friends
or bring an instrument and get on up on stage with us. Come and
participate in Bunbury’s biggest monthly music event.
This is a big weekend folks with a heap of music. First the Roydon Payne gig at The Parade Hotel this Friday night and then on Saturday night we have the second of our Big Blues Attack Jams at the South Bunbury Footy Club at the JE Hands Memorial Park off Blair Street, .If you are a club member and you want to play WE WILL GET YOU UP ON STAGE we promise. So bring a friend and come along for a Saturday night blast.
time last year Roy Payne toured with the fabulous Toni Swain and he is
back, this time with his twin-neck guitar. We have three great bands
playing The Parade on the 22nd and Roy will be joining the fray for what
promises to be an evening of kicking good music. Roy has told us he
just wants to let loose and the South West can’t wait to hear his guitar
magic. Come along for a smashing good night.