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Kathy Carver and the Boys – The Straymen are all fully experienced musos who just love to play music. Bringing to their rep a unique modern upbeat country rockin sound with the amazing harmonies to boot. Fronted by Kathy Carver on Rhythm/Lead vocals and supported by some of the best musicians in town, Cliff Kinneen - Keyboard/Vocals, Mick Hodge – Bass/Vocals, Tony Ferdinand – Lead Guitar/Vocals, Scotty Dean on Drums. If its rock n roll, rockabilly or the very unique country rock beat you’re after, you love to dance, then The Straymen with Kathy Carver are the ones not to be missed.
Celebrate St Patrick's Day early at a wonderful concert featuring Irish balladeer Sean Roche. Sean plays annually when he visits from Cork and this time the concert will be held at Freo Park. As usual Sean will be accompanied by Annie Coughlan on fiddle and they will play all your favourite Irish songs.
The Mustangs are a five piece band comprising guitars, bass, drums, keyboard and sax. They play 50s, 60s & 70s with a helping of 80s as well and are a fun loving bunch of guys, who get toes tapping and feet moving to classics from Elvis, Buddy Holly, The Beatles, CCR, The Stones, Roy Orbison, The Mavericks etc. They also do country rock, Latin, a touch of disco, ballads and pretty much something to please everyone on the dance floor, or for just pure listening pleasure. The current line-up has been together since around 2004 and have played numerous cabaret and rock and roll shows, adding country/country rock to the repertoire over the last few years and playing at the various country music clubs around Perth.
Indiana started playing in March 2011 bringing together four talented musicians from several top Perth bands.
They are one of the most popular bands playing regularly at the Workers Club. Whether you like Elvis, Cliff Richard, Beatles, Rolling Stones or the Bee Gees, you will love dancing to their music.
Read more about band members: Johnny (lead, right), Grahame (drums), Ian (bass) and newcomer Audrey (keyboard) on their website and their Facebook page.
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