The Bridgetown Blues Music Festival for 2021 gets under way this weekend, with heaps of South West talent. More information available via their website – bluesatbridgetown.com.au.
Thursday 11th November
Sean and Cassandra are performing at Caves House Hotel from 6pm in the piano room.
It’s quiz night at Burger Baby with Mike and Grant. It’s heaps of fun, free to play and great prizes. Please note the questions start at 7pm sharp, you’ll need to book a table so you don’t miss out. They are presenting great special meals each week too.
Friday 12th November
Please check Caves House Hotel Facebook or website to fill in the blanks for this week’s gig guide. There is usually live and local music most nights of the week.
Don’t miss The Brewhouse Friday session with Michael Dunstan, starting from 4.30pm this is a family friendly venue and session.
The Witchy Djypsies are hosting an EP launch at The River. The new EP is called “Out of The Woods”. What started as a three piece band from Witchcliffe now comprises of seven basing themselves in Fremantle. They forge a path through deep rooted gypsy jazz, ska, punk and world fusion. Doors open from 7pm and tickets via oztix.com.au.
Jamilla has spent much of the past year away from performing live and is now ready to return to the live stage at The Settlers Tavern Friday night. It’s bound to be an incredible party with special guests Joan & The Giants. Doors open from 9pm with free entry.
Saturday 13th November
Duo Short & Curly will entertain you with their lively country, blues, folk and reggae music, including some original songs too. They are playing at Caves house Hotel from 1pm.
There’s another launch at The River with Sly Withers sophomore album, “Gardens”, which has premiered at number ten on the ARIA charts. Touring with Teenage Joans and Noah Dillon, expect cathartic, introspective and exciting punk rock. Doors open from 8pm and tickets via oztix.com.au.
The Human Highway launch their WA tour at The Settlers Tavern, Saturday night. They formed together in Fremantle to play music they love, which is Neil Young. They cover Young’s career from the 60s right through to the 21st century. Neil Young turns 76 on Friday 12th November, and the album Harvest Moon will be 50 next year. The band is a six piece line up and tickets are available via oztix.com.au. Bit of inside information, stand by for an interview with frontman David Hyams. Doors open from 9pm and there is no cover charge.
Sunday 14th November
If you couldn’t make it to Margs Saturday night you will find Jamilla and Joan & The Giants at the Clancy’s Fish Pub Dunsborough for the Sunday session. From 3pm, and there’s no cover charge.
The Settlers Tavern host the unique duo, Sunbird, for something eclectic and outside of the box. Consisting of David Lawrence and Lee Cummings, the session kicks off from 3pm, with no cover charge.
Please check The River’s Facebook page for the latest update on their Sunday session.
Ryan Hodgson will perform live in a duo, at the Brewhouse Sunday session from 4.30pm.
Tuesday 16th November
Jam night is on again at Caves House Hotel, so muster up your courage and hit the stage from 6.30pm.
Wednesday 17th November
The twilight markets happen every week at Caves House Hotel, with a live and local musician from 5.30pm.
Mike and Grant host the quiz night at the Pourhouse Dunsborough. It’s free to play with great prizes. Book a table, questions start from 7.30pm.
Gigs are current at time of recording and publishing, however may change, please check your local venue social pages/website.
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