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Datura4 & Supports

The Perth Blues Club presents

Datura4 & Supports

7:30pm, Tue 24 September, 2019

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The Perth Blues Club presents Datura4

These guys are about to head off on a tour of Europe and performing their farewell gig at the Perth Blues Club.
Combining equal parts vintage psychedelia, no-quarter boogie, rock-infused blues, and classic hard rock and running them all though a big bank of amps, Datura4 are a rock band living in the present while showing a true appreciation for the sounds of the past. The band debuted their high-impact blues-based sound on 2015's Demon Blues, which blended '70s-style hard rock with boogie blues-rock of similar vintage; the band was stripped from a two-guitar powerhouse to one guitar and a keyboard player without a major change in their impact on 2019's Blessed Is the Boogie.

Datura4 is supprted by Rebecca Moore (7.30pm) and Trouble Kin (9.45pm)  

Rebecca Moore

is a highly accomplished, award winning singer songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. Her music is described as traversing the plains between Led Zeppelin’s Battle of Evermore and Stevie Nicks’ Gold Dust Woman. She has supported many great artists including Archie Roach, Xavier Rudd, Christine Anu, the John Butler Trio, Jon Stevens (Noiseworks), Sarah McLeod (The Superjesus) and the Afro Celt Sound System at the Sydney Opera House. Rebecca has received many nominations and awards for her song writing including winning an APRA Professional Development Award in the Rock category. She has numerous top 10 placings in The Songs alive Song Comp, Musicoz, the ASA Song writing Awards and the Australian Independent Music Awards. Rebecca was also nominated for the Australian Songwriters Association Rudy Brandsma Award for Song writing Excellence. She has toured the UK three times playing at festivals and music venues.

Trouble Kin

Based in the Perth Hills the “MindFreakz” formed early 2013 changing their name to “Trouble Kin”in 2019, but all members have a long history playing together. With a genre described as "a dash of nothing, a splash of everything and a full kilo of music", their philosophy is that a band shouldn't need to seek a "unique sound" because there is an inherent uniqueness in every genuine person. Their aim is to bring bands back to the club scene.