27 December 2022:  Perth Folk and Roots Club is back with the Tattersalls Folk and Roots free event series starting 2023 at the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club on Thursday 12th January 2023 with the support of the Australian Governments Live Music Australia as well as the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club and City of Perth.  The performances are from 6pm to 9pm at Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club, 2 Plain Street, Perth.  For this event, Perth Folk and Roots Club has Neil Fernandes and Souled Assets.   Neil Fernandes was a guitarist and singer songwriter with the Manikins, one of the biggest bands in Perth in the late 70s and early 80’s and he is back with new recordings.  Souled Assets is a band of established Perth musicians including Greg Cunningham on guitar and vocals, Ken Turner on bass, Dave Lazaro on drums and Jesse Jacobs on guitar and violin with a focus on country blues.

8 January 2023:  Perth Folk and Roots Club is back starting a new year at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club on Sunday 22nd January 2023 with the support of the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club and City of Stirling. The performances are from 5pm to 8pm at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club, 1 Stancliffe Street, Mount Lawley. For this event, the Perth Folk and Roots Club has Bev Abela and The Snake Charmers. Bev Abela plays a blend of blues and country rock along with original and contemporary songs and has released an album in 2020 called Heartfelt which received airplay in Australia as well as international critical acclaim including plays Hillzfm and Abbey Radio in the UK. The Snake Charmers are a Midland based rock and roll band that play a range of choice covers and some originals and play in Maylands, Midland and Bayswater.

14 May 2022: Perth Folk and Roots Club is ready to warm up at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club on Sunday 22nd May 2022 with the support of the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club and City of Stirling.  The performances are from 5pm to 8pm at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club, 1 Stancliffe Street, Mount Lawley.  For this event, the Perth Folk and Roots Club has JemClak and Izzy.  JemClak is a duet of virtuoso guitar and drums with Clarence Bailey and Jeremy Boyd featuring an eclectic repertoire with influences from John Martyn, James Taylor and Chris Smithers to Bonnie Rait, Stevie Wonder and The Police. Izzy plays laid back acoustic roots music with a picking style reminiscent of Greenwhich Village folk music and is inspired by Mississippi John Hurt and Bob Dylan.  

13 January 2022:  Perth Folk and Roots Club is starting a new music series called Tattersalls Folk and Roots at the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club with the inaugural show on Thursday 10th February 2020.  Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club and City of Perth have provided generous support.  The performances are from 6-9pm at Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club, 2 Plain Street, Perth with events free, meals available and free parking.  For this event we have Kerry B Ryan and Blues ConFusion.  Kerry B Ryan has been running regular blues shows at Ellington’s Jazz Club and Kerry’s 2nd CD Crazy Blues received airplay across Australia and in the USA.  Blues ConFusion is a blues based band which has played Blues at Bridgetown, the Ellington Jazz Club, The Perth Blues Club, the Duke of George, the Darlington Arts Festival and the Toodyay Music Fest.  

30 November 2022:  Perth Folk and Roots Club is back for a Christmas celebration as part of the Tattersalls Folk and Roots series at the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club on Thursday 8th December 2022 with the support of the Australian Governments Live Music Australia, Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club and City of Perth.  The performances are from 6pm to 9pm at Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club, 2 Plain Street, Perth.  For this event, Perth Folk and Roots Club has Hardey McMurrick Two and Good Kalma.  The Hardey McMurrick Two combine blues, folk, jazz, old time americana, spoken word and hip hop. Good Kalma is a local singer songwriter playing quirky acoustic pop music with live performances at the National Hotel and the SONAR. 

1 December 2023:  Perth Folk and Roots Club is back at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club on Sunday 17th December 2023 for its Xmas show with free music entertainment with the support of the City of Stirling and Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club.  The performances are from 5pm to 8pm at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club, 1 Stancliffe Street, Mount Lawley.  For this event, Perth Folk and Roots Club has the Beige Collective and Paul Davies.  The Beige Collective have funk roots from their playing together in the funk outfit Weapons of Mass Satisfaction (WOMS) with Pia Valeen on vocals and saxophone, Richie Poole on vocals, bass and percussion and Micheal Howesmith on vocals, guitar and keyboards.   Paul Davies is an authentic, hard travelling musician who travels across regional Western Australia. Pulling fluid blues patterns from his ageing Gibson guitars, Paul plays a range of old time blues to folk and ragtime along with traditional country blues. 

About Perth Folk and Roots Club 

14 July 2023:  Perth Folk and Roots Club is back at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club on Sunday 23rd July 2023 with free music entertainment with the support of the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club.  This event is also sponsored by Masonic Care who are great supporters of Perth Folk and Roots Club.  The performances are from 5pm to 8pm at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club, 1 Stancliffe Street, Mount Lawley.  For this event, Perth Folk and Roots Club has Green Herring with a CD launch and Tea and Whisky.  Green Herring are a trio that plays mainly in the South West of WA and are high energy, low voltage folk music influenced by blues, bluegrass, and country with a concern for the environment. Green Herring is made up of Irma Lachmund, Lee Goodall (both mandolin, guitar) and Andy Hardy (double bass). They have just recorded their first CD  ‘In Hot Waters’ featuring 13 originals in the folk and bluegrass styles.  Tea & Whisky are an acoustic folk-jazz-blues duo with Alex Hey, AKA Alex-the-cellist, and Raelene Bruinsma, singer/songwriter/storyteller/vocal teacher and community choir director.

16 September 2023: Perth Folk and Roots Club is back at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club on Sunday 24th September 2023 with free music entertainment with the support of the City of Stirling and Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club.  Perth Folk and Roots Club is also working with Act Belong Commit in recognition of music’s contribution to mental wellbeing.  The performances are from 5pm to 8pm at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club, 1 Stancliffe Street, Mount Lawley.  For this event, Perth Folk and Roots Club has Kerry B Ryan and Souled Assets.  Kerry B Ryan is a blues guitarist who has been running regular blues shows in Perth and whose music has been getting airplay across Australia and airplay in the USA.  Souled Assets is a band of established Perth musicians including Greg Cunningham on guitar and vocals, Ken Turner on bass, Dave Lazaro on drums and Jesse Jacobs on guitar and violin with a focus on country blues.

14 April 2022: Perth Folk and Roots Club is back at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club on Sunday 24th April 2022 with the support of the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club and City of Stirling.  The performances are from 5pm to 8pm at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club, 1 Stancliffe Street, Mount Lawley.  For this event, Perth Folk and Roots Club has Natalie D Napoleon with Micheal Lane and John Howard. Natalie D-Napoleon is originally from Fremantle and is a singer-songwriter who returned home after spending over a decade based in Santa Barbara, California where she recorded several albums and worked with a host of musical luminaries.  One of her first musical accomplices was Kenny Edwards - founder of The Stone Poneys and long-time Linda Ronstadt sidekick.  John Howard is a Perth based singer/songwriter in the Folk/Rock/Country genre who has released two alubums, ‘So It Goes’ and ‘Vintage Commando’.

13 February 2023:  Perth Folk and Roots Club is back at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club on Sunday 26th February 2023 with the support of the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club and City of Stirling.  The performances are from 5pm to 8pm at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club, 1 Stancliffe Street, Mount Lawley.  For this event, the Perth Folk and Roots Club has Kyra Bee and the Illegals and Jeremy Boyd.   Kyra Bee and the Illegals are a five piece Perth Hills band that were winners of the Blues Challenge heat and runner up in the International Blues Challenge competition held at the Bridgetown Blues Festival in 2016.  Jeremy Boyd has recorded Alive and Kicking with a wonderful acoustic version of May You Never by John Martyn with acoustic guitar work a thrill for audiences.

14 January 2024:  Perth Folk and Roots Club is back in 2024 at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club on Sunday 28th January 2024 for a show with a touch of Ireland in its free music entertainment with the support of City of Stirling and Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club.  Perth Folk and Roots Club is also working with Act Belong Commit in recognition of music’s contribution to mental wellbeing.  The performances are from 5pm to 8pm at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club, 1 Stancliffe Street, Mount Lawley.  For this event, Perth Folk and Roots Club has Richie Power from Ireland and Company of Wolves.  Richie Power is a Singer/Songwriter from the town of Dungarvan in County Waterford, Ireland who performs originals in the traditional Irish folk music style and has toured across the US, Australia, Germany and Ireland.  Company of Wolves are a four piece Perth Hills band creating their own original style of indi blues music as well as playing covers their way.  

3 December 2021:  Perth Folk and Roots Club is back for a Christmas celebration at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club on Sunday 19th December 2021 with Up and Adam and Turning Left.  Up and Adam is a local Western Australian Claw hammer banjo player influenced by old time, mountain style, traditional American folk and roots music.  Turning Left is a blues trio of established Perth musicians including Gordon German on guitar and vocals, who is ex for a number of acts in Perth including Harrison, Company B, Coldfront, Fearless Men With Facial Hair and Woodstock Experience that captured the original musical spirit of the 1969 festival.

24 October 2022:  Perth Folk and Roots Club is back with the Tattersalls Folk and Roots series at the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club on Thursday 10th November 2022 with the support of the Australian Governments Live Music Australia as well as the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club and City of Perth.  The performances are from 6pm to 9pm at Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club, 2 Plain Street, Perth.  For this event, Perth Folk and Roots Club has Dilip Parekh and Salisbury Home. Dilip Parekh is an Indian Irishman from Fremantle who is a singer/songwriter that has established himself as one of Western Australia’s finest songwriters.  Dilip is also widely known as the front man for high energy band - Dilip n the Davs.  Salisbury Home features the acoustic guitar, banjo and mandolin work and songwriting talents of Lachlan Gurr who previously played with The Kill Devil Hills, a prominent Perth band that won WAMi Awards for "Best Blues/Roots Act" and "Best Country Music Act".   

1 March 2023:  Perth Folk and Roots Club is back at Tattersalls Folk and Roots at the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club on Thursday 9th March 2023 with the Australian Governments Live Music Australia, Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club and City of Perth support.  Performances are from 6-9pm at Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club, 2 Plain Street, Perth.  For this event, we have Catherine Wheels and Izzy with Catherine Wheels an acoustic trio, consisting of Perth female vocalists, Cathy Mueller and Catherine Cary with Robert Thorpe on guitar.  Izzy plays laid back acoustic roots music with a picking style reminiscent of Greenwhich Village folk music and is inspired by Mississippi John Hurt and Bob Dylan.  

18 August 2022: Perth Folk and Roots Club is back at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club on Sunday 28th August 2022 with the support of the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club and City of Stirling.  The performances are from 5pm to 8pm at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club, 1 Stancliffe Street, Mount Lawley.  For this event, the Perth Folk and Roots Club has Donna Iverson supported by Kate Jensen and Espresso. Donna Iverson is a singer songwriter who has performed in the sell-out Perth Fringe Festival “Brothers and Sisters” which featured the music from the soundtrack “Oh Brother Where Art Thou?” and has also presented a series of solo shows at venues such as Defectors Bar in Mt Lawley, Choo Choos Bar, Swan Hotel (Fremantle) and the North Fremantle Bowling Club. Espresso feature Fran Irwin on acoustic guitar and vocals, Pat Irwin on lead guitar and harmonies, Steve Byrne on bass and Glenn Fitzpatrick on percussion mixing blues/country rock & folk/indie, with rich vocal harmonies, tasteful guitar leads & solid cajon rhythm.  They play at local festivals such as Gidgestock and the Guildford Songfest and wine and food venues including the Gypsy Tapas in Fremantle and the Cork and Bottle in Bassendean.

27 September 2023:  Perth Folk and Roots Club is back in central Perth at Tattersalls Folk and Roots at the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club on Thursday 12th October 2023 with the support of the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club, the City of Perth and Act Belong Commit.  The performances are from 6 - 9pm at Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club, 2 Plain Street, Perth.  For this event, Perth Folk and Roots Club has Tony Shergold and John Howard and the Calaveras.  Events are free and meals are available through Plain Street Kitchen.   Tony Shergold and John Howard as a duet play blues rock and country. Tony Shergold is a top Perth guitarist and singer/songwriter who has played with some of Perths finest bands including The Sheds, The Hot Biscuit Band (Rick Steele) and his own band Off Grid. John Howard is a Perth based singer, songwriter and guitarist who plays regularly as a soloist or in a duo (BeatsWorkin).   The Calaveras are a four piece rock band bringing together aged experience with talented youth with Conor McNamee on guitar and keyboard, Cormac McNamee on guitar and vocals, Kevin Trevor on bass guitar and backing vocals, and Paul Homewood on drums.

9 October 2023:  Steve Tallis and the Snake Charmers will be performing at Perth Folk and Roots Club at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club on Sunday 22nd October 2023 with free music entertainment with the support of the City of Stirling and Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club.  Perth Folk and Roots Club is also working with Act Belong Commit in recognition of music’s contribution to mental wellbeing.  The performances are from 5pm to 8pm at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club, 1 Stancliffe Street, Mount Lawley.  Steve is Western Australia’s self proclaimed blues shaman who has just returned from Paris and is a major figure in the Perth blues scene who has been performing and recording since the 1960’s.   The Snake Charmers are a Midland and Maylands based rock and roll band that play a range of choice covers and some originals and play around the Midland and Bayswater area in Perth.

18 June 2022: Perth Folk and Roots Club is ready for June at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club on Sunday 26th June 2022 with the support of the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club and City of Stirling.  The performances are from 5 - 8pm at Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club, 1 Stancliffe Street, Mount Lawley.  For this event, the Perth Folk and Roots Club has Catherine Wheels and Pas Serafino. Catherine Wheels are an acoustic trio, who describe their music as alternative country and have been playing at a number of venues including the Market Bar in Fremantle and Lyrics Lane in Maylands as well getting radio play on RTRFM.  Pas Serafino has played for Perth Folk and Roots Club in a number of incarnations including as a member of The Juke Joint band,  Bootleg Al and Beats Working.  

1 September 2022:  Perth Folk and Roots Club is back with the Tattersalls Folk and Roots series at the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club on Thursday 8th September 2022 with the support of the Australian Governments Live Music Australia as well as the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club and City of Perth.  The performances are from 6pm to 9pm at Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club, 2 Plain Street, Perth.  For this event, Perth Folk and Roots Club has Kyra Bee and the Illegals and John Talati.   Kyra Bee and the Illegals are a five piece hills based outfit who were the winners of the Blues Challenge heat and runner up in the International Blues Challenge competition held at the Bridgetown Blues Festival.  John Talati is a singer/songwriter who has played the Perth scene for many years including with Adele in a duet as a singer/guitarist/harmonica player and as a bass played in bands including The Rick Steele band, Indigo Duck and the Lovebites.  

17 July 2022: Perth Folk and Roots Club is back for July at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club on Sunday 24th July 2022 with the support of the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club and City of Stirling. The performances are from 5pm to 8pm at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club, 1 Stancliffe Street, Mount Lawley. For this event, the Perth Folk and Roots Club has a duet of Callie Ashbolt & Sian Johanna and Pas Serafino. Callie Ashbolt is a young rising star who has performed at the Sydney Opera House with an exceptional voice and a multi-instrumentalist supported by hills local singer/songwriter, Sian Johanna. Pas Serafino is a singer and guitarist who has played in a number of incarnations including as a member of The Juke Joint Band; Bootleg Al blues trio and Beats Working in the Folk/Rock/Country genre.  

14 March 2023:  Perth Folk and Roots Club is back at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club on Sunday 26th March 2023 with the support of the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club and City of Stirling.  The performances are from 5pm to 8pm at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club, 1 Stancliffe Street, Mount Lawley.  For this event, the Perth Folk and Roots Club has Dilip Parekh and Cold Start. Dilip Parekh is an Indian Irishman from Fremantle who is a singer/songwriter that has established himself as one of Western Australia’s finest songwriters.  Dilip is also widely known as the front man for high energy band - Dilip n the Davs. Cold Start is a three-piece blues/rock band with Nick Di Falco (lead vocals, guitar), Tim Brice (backing vocals, bass) and Peter Stockman (drums) playing Texas / Chicago style’ blues/rock. 

17 February 2022: Perth Folk and Roots Club is in celebration mode for its tenth birthday at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club on Sunday 27th February 2022 with Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club and City of Stirling support.  The performances are from 5 - 8pm at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club, 1 Stancliffe Street, Mount Lawley.  Perth Folk and Roots Club is privileged to have Australian folk legend Kavisha Mazzella and Souled Assets.   Kavisha Mazzella is a passionate Australian singer songwriter, folklorist, activist and choir leader whose style has gypsy, Mediterranean and Celtic influences.  She is also an AM award recipient of the Order of Australia.  She won an ARIA Award for Best World Music Album.  Souled Assets is a quartet of established Perth musicians including Greg Cunningham, guitar and vocals, Ken Turner on bass, Dave Lazaro on drums and Rachel Miller on vocals.  

News

14 November 2022: Perth Folk and Roots Club is having its AGM at the Oxford Hotel in Leederville on Tuesday 29th November 2022 at 6pm.   Cheap pizzas and drinks are available. To RSVP, please contact Mark Cooper, Secretary via this website.

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Tattersalls Folk and Roots 
Perth Folk and Roots Club
Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club
2 Plain Street, Perth

​​To Be Confirmed

Thursday 14th March 2024

Times: 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Free Entry and Meals Available

25 October 2023:  Perth Folk and Roots Club is having its AGM at the Oxford Hotel in Leederville at 6pm on Tuesday 14 November 2023 and members are invited to attend.   Tuesday night is $14 pizza night, so please advise if you will be attending. To RSVP, please contact Mark Cooper, Secretary via this website.

7 October 2021: Perth Folk and Roots Club is having its AGM at the Oxford Hotel, 368 Oxford Street, Leederville at 6pm on Tuesday 12 October, 2021 and members are welcome to attend.  The AGM will be followed by a Committee meeting which members are welcome to stay for.  On Tuesdays the Oxford Hotel offers pizzas for $9.90 (as well as their regular menu) for those who wish to have dinner.  Please advise if you will be attending so that we can book a suitable table.  

16 April 2023:  Perth Folk and Roots Club is back at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club on Sunday 23rd April 2023 with free music entertainment with the support of the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club.  The performances are from 5pm to 8pm at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club, 1 Stancliffe Street, Mount Lawley.  For this event, the Perth Folk and Roots Club has Gabriele Campani and The Blue City Wailers.  Gabriele Campani is a solo performer from Europe. He's an acoustic guitar player, singer, composer and arranger with more than 30 years of professional experience, with a repertoire of blues, jazz, folk, European and American popular tunes, and original compositions.  The Blue City Wailers play Chicago inspired blues from the Perth area newly formed with homegrown members and players from New Zealand and England playing gritty authentic covers and originals.  

28 March 2023:  Perth Folk and Roots Club free music series is back in central Perth at Tattersalls Folk and Roots at the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club on Thursday 13th April 2023 with the support of the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club and the Australian Governments Live Music Australia.  The performances are from 6pm to 9pm at Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club, 2 Plain Street, Perth and meals are available for dinner through The Kitchen on Cambridge, the in-house caterer.  For this event, Perth Folk and Roots Club has Catherine Traicos and Clarksville Five.  Catherine Traicos is a critically acclaimed singer-songwriter who has graced venues including Nashville's iconic Bluebird Cafe, The Sydney Opera House Concert Hall, the Quarry Amphitheatre in Perth and the Junkyard in Maitland.  The Clarksville Five play original songs with a traditional sound with traces of rockabilly, a little country, blues, and soul.  

Events

24 January 2023:  Perth Folk and Roots Club is back in the City at Tattersalls Folk and Roots at the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club on Thursday 9th February 2023 with the support of the Australian Governments Live Music Australia as well as the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club and City of Perth.  The performances are from 6pm to 9pm at Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club, 2 Plain Street, Perth.  For this event, Perth Folk and Roots Club has Kerry B Ryan and Turning Left.   Kerry B Ryan is a blues guitarist who has been running regular blues shows in Perth and whose music has been getting airplay across Australia and airplay in the USA.  Turning Left is a blues trio of established Perth musicians including Gordon German on guitar and vocals, Steve Prescott on bass and David Knox on drums.

17 August 2021:  Perth Folk and Roots Club is back at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club on Sunday 26th September 2021 with Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club and City of Stirling support for a special show for sponsors Masonic Care. The performances are from 5pm to 8pm at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club, 1 Stancliffe Street, Mount Lawley. For this event, Perth Folk and Roots Club has Silva Dee and The Strays. Silva Dee has been performing solo and in many bands nationally and internationally to date having formed the Freo Grasshoppers in 2007 with his music gaining global attention in the USA. The Strays formed in 2012 and came together with the current line-up in late 2014. They are a group of seasoned musicians with diverse musical histories and influences and are always well received by Perth Folk and Roots Club audiences.

22 December 2022:  Perth Folk and Roots Club is getting ready for a big 2023 supporting Dave Graney & Clare Moore to launch their fantastic new album ‘In A Mistly’ at the Lyric's Underground, Basement, 22 Lyric Lane, Maylands on Friday 10th February 2023. Doors open at 7.30pm with performances from 8pm to 11pm and entry tickets are $33.70 online at Oztix: https://www.oztix.com.au/  Dave Graney & Clare Moore are legends emerging from the 80’s Australian indie music scene to become known by all. At the 1996 Australian Record Industry Association (ARIA) Awards ceremony Dave Graney was named Best Australian Male Artist. Graney and Moore are well known for their time with Dave Graney with the Coral Snakes. Dave Graney and Clare Moore have made 45 albums together and are now launching ‘In a Mistly’ in Perth.

30 September 2022:  Perth Folk and Roots Club is back with the Tattersalls Folk and Roots series at the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club on Thursday 13th October 2022 with the support of the Australian Governments Live Music Australia, Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club and City of Perth.  The performances are from 6pm to 9pm at Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club, 2 Plain Street, Perth.  For this event, Perth Folk and Roots Club has Dave Johnson and the Horry Rockers.   Dave Johnson is one of Western Australia’s most accomplished song writers, has performed at most major festivals around Australia and has been billed as one of the headline acts at both Port Fairy and Woodford festivals with his band The Fling.  The Horry Rockers are a folk rock band that play a mixture of original and cover songs.  

5 October 2021:  Perth Folk and Roots Club is back at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club on Sunday 24th October 2021 for a special 60th birthday celebration for the Club President.  The performances are from 5pm to 8pm at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club, 1 Stancliffe Street, Mount Lawley and for this event, Perth Folk and Roots Club has Fiona Heath and the Jook Joint Band.   Fiona Heath is originally from New Zealand, and brings expressive performance of original songs featuring acoustic music with jazz and soul influences.  Jook Joint Band  is  a  jug  band  at  heart  and  they  have  been  wowing  audiences with their renditions  of  old  time  blues,  skiffle  and  ragtime  music  in  and around Western Australia for the past ten years. 

12 October 2021: Perth Folk and Roots Club AGM noted that the Club raised income during 2020/2021 of $5330 supporting a range of folk and roots performances from organisations and from membership fees with City of Stirling, Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club and Masonic Care being sponsors. The Committee was re-elected with Keith Anthonisz, President, Peter Birch, Vice President, Mark Cooper as Secretary and Steve Warner Jones as Treasurer.

25 October 2023:  Perth Folk and Roots Club is back with the Tattersalls Folk and Roots series at the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club on Thursday 9th November 2023 with the support of the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club and City of Perth.  Perth Folk and Roots Club is also working with Act Belong Commit in recognition of music’s contribution to mental wellbeing.  The performances are from 6pm to 9pm at Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club, 2 Plain Street, Perth.  For this event, Perth Folk and Roots Club has Neil Fernandes and John Talati and Adele.   Neil Fernandes was a guitarist and singer songwriter with the Manikins, one of the biggest bands in Perth in the late 70s and early 80’s. The Manikins and their previous incarnations at different times featured such Australian musical luminaries as Dave Faulkner (The Hoodoo Gurus) and Kim Salmon (The Scientists).  John Talati is a singer/songwriter who has played the Perth scene for many years and together with Adele he has found a duet to bring together sweet harmonies and energy filled acoustic music.  John performances in bands include The Rick Steele band, Indigo Duck and the Lovebites.  

20 February 2023:  The Dave Graney & Clare Moore show by Perth Folk and Roots Club is back on for launching their new album ‘In A Mistly’ at the Lyric's Underground, Basement, 22 Lyric Lane, Maylands on Friday 12th May 2023. For those who have booked tickets for $33.70 online at Oztix: https://www.oztix.com.au/ we hope you can now attend the show on Friday 12th May 2023. Dave Graney & Clare Moore are legends emerging from the 80’s Australian indie music scene to become known by all. At the 1996 Australian Record Industry Association (ARIA) Awards ceremony Dave Graney was named Best Australian Male Artist. Graney and Moore are well known for their time with Dave Graney with the Coral Snakes. 

13 January 2022:  Perth Folk and Roots Club is back at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club on Sunday 30th January 2022 with the support of the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club and City of Stirling which recently confirmed their continued support.  The performances are from 5- 8pm at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club, 1 Stancliffe Street, Mount Lawley.  For this event we have Western Suntones and Robbie Jalapeno. The Western Suntones are a country/blues roots based alt country Americana band with their 'Long Way Home' album nominated for Album of the Year at the WA Country Music awards at Boyup Brook.  Robbie Jalapeno is the founder of The Faceless Bureaucrats in 2010 and combines acoustic guitar with funk.

2 July 2023:  Perth Folk and Roots Club starts a new financial year at Tattersalls Folk and Roots on Thursday 13th July 2023 with City of Perth providing new support in 2023 through their Local Activation Grant fund.  Thank you City of Perth.  The performances are from 6 - 9pm at Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club, 2 Plain Street, Perth and feature No Mountain Band and Paul Davies.  No Mountain Band are a 5 piece bluegrass/folk group with a heart steeped in swamp, punk and gospel with members having graced the stages of Byron Bay Blues and  Glastonbury festivals. Paul Davies is an authentic, hard travelling musician playing a range of old time blues to folk and ragtime along with traditional country blues in regional areas and across Perth including Gypsy Tapas House in Fremantle as well as the Moondyne Festival in Toodyay.

29 November 2022: Perth Folk and Roots Club AGM noted income during 2021/2022 of $18,590 with Australian Governments Live Music Australia, City of Perth, City of Stirling, Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club, Tattersalls Bowling Club and Masonic Care being supporters. The Committee was re-elected with Keith Anthonisz, President, Peter Birch, Vice President, Mark Cooper as Secretary and Steve Warner Jones as Treasurer.



29 April 2022: Perth Folk and Roots Club is back in central Perth at Tattersalls Folk and Roots at the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club on Thursday 12th May 2022 with the support of the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club and City of Perth.  The performances are from 6pm to 9pm at Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club, 2 Plain Street, Perth and meals are available.  For this event, Perth Folk and Roots Club has Martin Lee Cropper and Turning Left.   Martin Lee Cropper is a hill country blues musician originally from the hills south of Bridgetown. Martin has a love of 1920's & 30's country blues is active playing around Western Australia .  Turning Left is a blues trio of established Perth musicians including Gordon German on guitar and vocals, who is ex for a number of acts in Perth including Harrison, Company B, Coldfront, Fearless Men With Facial Hair and Woodstock Experience that captured the original musical spirit of the 1969 festival.

8 February 2023:  Due to Covid, the Dave Graney and Clare Moore launch of their new album ‘In A Mistly’ at the Lyric's Underground, Basement, 22 Lyric Lane, Maylands on Friday 10th February 2023 has been postponed. For those who have booked tickets for $33.70 online at Oztix: https://www.oztix.com.au/ we hope to be able to reschedule the show for a date in May 2023. Ticket holders who are happy to await for information on the rescheduled date can await news on new dates for their tickets. If you seek a refund this is also an option. At the moment, we have set a nominal event date for next year until we have an agreed new date which we will notify ticket holders once it is known. 

27 July 2023:  Perth Folk and Roots Club is back at Tattersalls Folk and Roots at the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club on Thursday 10th August 2023 with the support of the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club and the City of Perth.  The performances are from 6pm to 9pm at Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club, 2 Plain Street, Perth.  For this event, Perth Folk and Roots Club has blues band Turning Left and Gabriele Campani.  Turning Left is a blues trio of established Perth musicians including Gordon German on guitar, Steve Prescott on bass and David Knox on drums. They have scored a chart topping song with ‘The Lines are Down’ on the N1M local blues charts.  Gabriele Campani is a solo performer and combo artist from Europe. He's an acoustic guitar player, singer, composer and arranger with a repertoire of blues, jazz, folk, European and American popular tunes, and original compositions. Events are free and meals are available through catering provided by Plain Street Kitchen.

12 November 2023:  Perth Folk and Roots Club is back at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club on Sunday 26th November 2023 with free music entertainment with the support of the City of Stirling and Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club.  Perth Folk and Roots Club is also working with Act Belong Commit in recognition of music’s contribution to mental wellbeing.  The performances are from 5pm to 8pm at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club, 1 Stancliffe Street, Mount Lawley.  For this event, Perth Folk and Roots Club has JemClak and Izzy. JemClak is a duet of virtuoso guitar and drums with Clarence Bailey and Jeremy Boyd featuring an eclectic repertoire with influences from John Martyn, James Taylor and Chris Smithers to Bonnie Rait, Stevie Wonder and The Police. Izzy plays laid back acoustic roots music with a picking style reminiscent of Greenwhich Village folk music and is inspired by Mississippi John Hurt and Bob Dylan.

The Perth Folk and Roots Club runs a free monthly event on the fourth Sunday of the month with performances at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club.  Perth Folk and Roots Club is also running a music series on the second Thursday of the month, Tattersalls Folk and Roots at the Perth Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club.  It has also completed a number of music series including Verandah Folk and Roots at the Victoria Park Centre for the Arts and Folk and Roots @ Guildford at the Mechanics Institute Hall in Guildford.  The Club is supported by City of Stirling, City of Perth, Town of Victoria Park and City of Swan. Originally the Perth Folk and Roots Club started at the Oxford Hotel in 2012 by former Committee members of the WA Folk Federation in order to expand venues for musicians to perform.

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Perth Folk and Roots Club
Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club
1 Stancliffe Street, Mount Lawley 

​​Sunday 24th March 2024

​​To Be Confirmed

​​​​Times: 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Free Entry and Meals Available

9 August 2023:  Perth Folk and Roots Club is back at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club on Sunday 27th August 2023 with free music entertainment with the support of the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club.  This event is also sponsored by Masonic Care who are great supporters of Perth Folk and Roots Club.  Perth Folk and Roots Club is also working with Act Belong Commit in recognition of music’s contribution to mental wellbeing.  The performances are from 5pm to 8pm at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club, 1 Stancliffe Street, Mount Lawley.  For this event, Perth Folk and Roots Club has Espresso and Midnight Francine.  Espresso feature Fran Irwin on acoustic guitar and vocals, Pat Irwin on lead guitar and harmonies, Steve Byrne on bass and Glenn Fitzpatrick on percussion and they play at Gypsy Tapas in Fremantle and the Cork and Bottle in Bassendean.  Midnight Francine is a folky/bluesy/indie original singer songwriter with a powerful voice. In 2019 Midnight Francine won best Female Artist at the Lancelin Buskers Festival. 

31 March 2022: Perth Folk and Roots Club is back in central Perth at Tattersalls Folk and Roots at the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club on Thursday 14th April 2022 with the support of the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club and City of Perth.  The performances are from 6pm to 9pm at Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club, 2 Plain Street, Perth.  For this event, Perth Folk and Roots Club has Silva Dee and the Clarksville Five.  Events are free and meals are available through catering provided by The Kitchen on Cambridge, the in-house caterer who will be providing meals for the event.  Silva Dee has been performing solo and in many bands nationally and internationally including the Freo Grasshoppers from 2007 with their song “Burning Away” from their second album “I Guess I’m Lucky” gaining attention in the USA.  The Clarksville Five play original songs with a traditional sound with traces of rockabilly, a little country, blues, and soul and have an album out called "This Isn’t Going to Work" and are out there doing shows around Perth including the Billabong Brewery.

30 January 2024:  Perth Folk and Roots Club continues into 2024 with the Tattersalls Folk and Roots series at the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club on Thursday 8th February 2024 with the support of the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club and City of Perth.  The performances are from 6pm to 9pm at Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club, 2 Plain Street, Perth.  For this event, Perth Folk and Roots Club has Matt Cal and the Sway acoustic duet.   Matt Cal is a hard-working Western Australian folk and roots singer and guitarist who has already achieved multiple nominations for Western Australian Song of the Year and a win in the Blues and Roots category in 2011 with his track Overdrive.  Marina and Aaron Powell make up Sway, an acoustic duet writing and performing their own original music and classic covers of ballads.   They have been playing professionally around Perth for many years and both completed qualifications at the WA Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA).

27 May 2022: Perth Folk and Roots Club is back in central Perth at Tattersalls Folk and Roots at the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club on Thursday 9th June 2022 with Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club and City of Perth support.  The performances are from 6-9pm at Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club, 2 Plain Street, Perth.  For this event, Perth Folk and Roots Club has Nick Vulture on tour from South Australia and Clandestine.  Nick Vulture is a South Australian who will be in Perth launching his first full length solo album, Dust Off The Sails.  The album has spent 5 weeks straight on the Australian Music Radio Airplay Project (AMRAP) charts since its release.   Clandestine are a hills-based group led by someone familiar to Perth Folk and Roots Club, Sian Johanna.  Sian has made several performances at the Club and she writes folk-songs that encompass a mixture of grit and heart.  

20 June 2022:  Perth Folk and Roots Club event planned for this Sunday 26th June at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club has been cancelled.  Apologies for any inconvenience and we shall keep you up to date on plans for new events as they are planned in the future.

1 September 2023:  Perth Folk and Roots Club is back in central Perth at Tattersalls Folk and Roots at the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club on Thursday 14th September 2023 with the support of the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club and the City of Perth.  The performances are from 6pm to 9pm at Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club, 2 Plain Street, Perth.  For this event, Perth Folk and Roots Club has Barham, Wilson and Smallman (BWS) and Donna Iverson supported by Kate Jensen.  Events are free and meals are available through catering provided by Plain Street Kitchen.  Barham, Wilson and Smallman (BWS) are a folk and country blues trio, with a long history in the Perth music scene.  Jeff Barham played with Howie Smallman in the late 70s’/early eighties in the Jaywalkers and John Wilson played with Howie in the mid eighties in Dave Hole and the Hellraisers.  Donna Iverson is a singer songwriter who is focused on melodically rich storytelling, acoustic folk rock musings and imaginings.  

20 July 2022: Perth Folk and Roots Club is back with the Tattersalls Folk and Roots series at the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club on Thursday 11th August 2022 with the support of the Australian Governments Live Music Australia as well as the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club and City of Perth.  The performances are from 6pm to 9pm at Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club, 2 Plain Street, Perth.  For this event, Perth Folk and Roots Club has Helen Townsend and Derek Lee Goodreid.   Helen Townsend is a singer songwriter with a vocal style that has been described as country or contemporary folk who has been nominated for multiple West Australian Music awards including Best Country Act 2019 and 2017 and a WAM nomination for Song of The Year 2020.  Derek Lee Goodreid is a rock/blues artist originating from Perth performing his own special brand of Americana, Delta Blues, and Rock who has played in Norway including the Notodden Blues Festival and several festival gigs.

13 May 2023:  Perth Folk and Roots Club is back at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club on Sunday 28th May 2023 with free music entertainment with the support of the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club.  The performances are from 5pm to 8pm at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club, 1 Stancliffe Street, Mount Lawley.  For this event, the Perth Folk and Roots Club has John Talati & Adele and John Howard.  John Talati is a singer/songwriter who has played the Perth scene for many years and together with Adele he has found a duet to bring together sweet harmonies and energy filled acoustic music.  John Howard is a Perth based singer, songwriter who's songs are based on true stories, life experiences and characterisations, all with a strong guitar focus, both acoustic and electric. 

12 November 2021:  Perth Folk and Roots Club is back at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club on Sunday 28th November 2021 from 5pm to 8pm at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club, 1 Stancliffe Street, Mount Lawley with Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club and City of Stirling support.  For this event, Perth Folk and Roots Club has Derek Lee Goodreid and the Clarksville Five. Derek Lee Goodreid is a rock/blues artist originating from Perth who has played in Norway including the Notodden Blues Festival and several festival gigs.   The Clarksville Five is a band that play original songs with a traditional sound with traces of rockabilly, a little country, blues, and soul.  

14 November 2022:  Perth Folk and Roots Club is back at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club on Sunday 27th November 2022 with the support of the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club and City of Stirling with this event sponsored by Masonic Care who are great supporters of Perth Folk and Roots Club.  The performances are from 5pm to 8pm at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club, 1 Stancliffe Street, Mount Lawley.  For this event, the Perth Folk and Roots Club has Fiona Heath and the Catherine Wheels. Fiona Heath is originally from New Zealand. She brings expressive performance of original songs featuring acoustic music with jazz and soul influences.  The Catherine Wheels are an acoustic trio, consisting of two well-known Perth female vocalists, Cathy Mueller and Catherine Cary and Robert Thorpe on guitar and banjo. 

27 April 2023:  Perth Folk and Roots Club is back in central Perth at Tattersalls Folk and Roots at the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club on Thursday 11th May 2023 with the support of the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club and the Australian Governments Live Music Australia.  The performances are from 6pm to 9pm at Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club, 2 Plain Street, Perth and events are free with meals available.  For this event, Perth Folk and Roots Club has Silva Dee and Blues Confusion.  Silva Dee has been performing solo and in many bands nationally and internationally including the Freo Grasshoppers from 2007 and he has released a number of successful albums.  Blues ConFusion was formed in 2013 with Phil Bourgault on guitars and songwriter starting the group.  The band has gone through several line-up changes and they play a mix of Phil's original music and interpretations of blues, jazz and rock.

27 November 2023:  Perth Folk and Roots Club is back with the Tattersalls Folk and Roots series at the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club on Thursday 14th December 2023 with the support of the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club and City of Perth.  Perth Folk and Roots Club is also working with Act Belong Commit in recognition of music’s contribution to mental wellbeing.  The performances are from 6pm to 9pm at Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club, 2 Plain Street, Perth.  For this event, Perth Folk and Roots Club has the Western Suntones and Catherine Traicos.   Events are free and meals are available through Plain Street Kitchen.  The Western Suntones were formed in 2009 in Fremantle and are a country/blues roots based alt country Americana band currently playing in and around Perth WA.  Catherine Traicos is a critically acclaimed singer-songwriter who has graced venues including Nashville's iconic Bluebird Cafe, The Sydney Opera House Concert Hall, the Quarry Amphitheatre in Perth and the Junkyard in Maitland.

2 March 2022: Perth Folk and Roots Club is back in central Perth at Tattersalls Folk and Roots at the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club on Thursday 10th March 2022 with the support of the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club and City of Perth.  The performances are from 6pm to 9pm at Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club, 2 Plain Street, Perth.  For this event, Perth Folk and Roots Club has Dilip Parekh and Charlie Carters and the Jenny Gaunt Trio.  Dilip Parekh is an Indian Irishman from Fremantle who is a singer/songwriter that has established himself as one of Western Australia’s finest songwriters.  Dilip is also widely known as the front man for high energy band - Dilip n the Davs and he now fronts up Charlie Carters. Jenny Gaunt is a songwriter and musician from Perth.  She has a folk/alternative style has been described as “hauntingly beautiful”.  Jenny’s has toured Europe and Australia and is well known within the West Australian folk scene with her trio.

13 February 2024:  Perth Folk and Roots Club is back for a summer show at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club on Sunday 25th February 2024 for a show with free music entertainment with the support of the City of Stirling and Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club.  Perth Folk and Roots Club is also working with Act Belong Commit in recognition of music’s contribution to mental wellbeing.  The performances are from 5pm to 8pm at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club, 1 Stancliffe Street, Mount Lawley.  For this event, Perth Folk and Roots Club has Up and Adam and The Jukes.  Up and Adam is a local Western Australian Claw hammer banjo player influenced by old time, mountain style, traditional American folk and roots music.  The Jukes are a three piece rock and roll band with Steve Toyne on guitar and vocals, Roger Fletcher on bass and backing vocals and Trevor Osborne on drums playing private shows in Perths suburbs.

Perth Folk and Roots Club

17 September 2022:  Perth Folk and Roots Club is back with Steve Tallis and Catherine Wheels at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club on Sunday 25th September 2022 with the support of the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club and City of Stirling from 5pm to 8pm at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club, 1 Stancliffe Street, Mount Lawley.  Steve Tallis has recently returned from performing in Paris, France.  Steve is Western Australia’s self-proclaimed blues shaman who has been performing and recording since the 1960’s and is a major figure in the Perth blues scene.   The Catherine Wheels are an acoustic trio, consisting of two well known Perth female vocalists, Cathy Mueller and Catherine Cary and Robert Thorpe on guitar and banjo who have been playing at a number of venues including the Market Bar in Fremantle and Lyrics Lane in Maylands as well as some radio play on RTRFM.  

4 January 2024:  Perth Folk and Roots Club is back for the new year with the Tattersalls Folk and Roots series at the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club on Thursday 11th January 2024 with the support of the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club and City of Perth.  The performances are from 6pm to 9pm at Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club, 2 Plain Street, Perth.  For this event, Perth Folk and Roots Club has the Front Porch Serenaders and Lukas Drinkwater.   Front Porch Serenaders are a folk and country blues trio, who have a long history of playing great music in the Perth music scene featuring Jeff Barham on guitar, Howie Smallman on harmonica and John Wilson on bass.  Lukas Drinkwater is a producer, multi-instrumentalist, session musician, composer, recording and live sound engineer from the UK.  Lucas was part of the duo Jacob & Drinkwater which played their first gig together at the iconic Glastonbury Festival.  

13 May 2023:  Tattersalls Folk and Roots will feature Juke Joint Band and Pas Serafino at Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club on Thursday 8th June 2023 with Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club and the Australian Governments Live Music Australia support.  The performances are from 6 - 9pm at Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club, 2 Plain Street, Perth.  Jook Joint Band is a jug band at heart and they have been wowing audiences with old time blues, skiffle and ragtime music for more than ten years.  Pas has been involved with performing music over many years playing solo and in bands over many years, including the Road Orchestra, PTO, Jook Joint Band, Bootleg Al and Beats’Workin.

2 July 2022: Perth Folk and Roots Club is proud to announce the Tattersalls Folk and Roots series at the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club on Thursday 14th July 2022 with the support of the Australian Governments Live Music Australia as well as the Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club and City of Perth.  The performances are from 6pm to 9pm at Tattersalls Bowling and Recreation Club, 2 Plain Street, Perth.  For this event, Perth Folk and Roots Club has Up and Adam and GypsyLou. Events are free and meals are available.  Up and Adam is a local Western Australian Claw hammer banjo player, uniquely different in his playing style and presentation.  Up and Adam’s style is influenced by old time, mountain style, traditional American folk and roots music.  GypsyLou is a two-part vocal harmony duo with guitar accompaniment, playing traditional Irish and Scottish folk music, original indie-folk songs plus covers.    

13 May 2023:  Perth Folk and Roots Club is back with Fiona Heath and The Rattlin' Bones at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club on Sunday 25th June 2023 with free music with the support of Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club.  The performances are from 5pm to 8pm at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club, 1 Stancliffe Street, Mount Lawley.  Fiona Heath originally from New Zealand brings expressive original songs influenced by jazz and soul.  She is a crowd favourite of Perth Folk and Roots Club and is not to be missed.  The Rattlin' Bones are a new original new music duo featuring Derek Lee Goodreid's soulful vocals and rockin' guitar and Leon Pratt's thumpin' upright bass.  Derek Lee Goodreid is a rock/blues artist originating from Perth who has lived and played in Norway. 

14 October 2022:  Perth Folk and Roots Club is back at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club on Sunday 23rd October 2022 with the support of the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club and City of Stirling with this event sponsored by Masonic Care who are great supporters of Perth Folk and Roots Club.  The performances are from 5pm to 8pm at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club, 1 Stancliffe Street, Mount Lawley.  For this event, the Perth Folk and Roots Club has Kerry B Ryan and the Jook Joint Band. Kerry B Ryan is a blues guitarist who  has been running regular blues shows at Ellington’s Jazz Club and has been getting airplay across Australia and the USA on blues programs.  Jook Joint Band is a jug band at heart  and  they  have  been  wowing  audiences with their renditions of old time blues, skiffle and  ragtime  music  in  and around Western Australia for the past ten years.  

17 March 2022: Perth Folk and Roots Club is back again with free entry at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club on Sunday 27th March 2022 with the support of the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club and City of Stirling.  The performances are from 5pm to 8pm at the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club, 1 Stancliffe Street, Mount Lawley.  For this event, Perth Folk and Roots Club has Salisbury Home and Blues ConFusion.   Salisbury Home features the acoustic guitar, banjo and mandolin work and songwriting talents of Lachlan Gurr who previously played with The Kill Devil Hills.  Blues ConFusion are a blues band featuring the songwriting talents of Phil Bourgault that has played shows at the Blues in Bridgetown Festival, the Ellington Jazz Club and The Perth Blues Club.

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Perth Folk and Roots Club
Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club
1 Stancliffe Street, Mount Lawley 

​​Sunday 25th February 2024

Up and Adam and The Jukes

​​​​Times: 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Free Entry and Meals Available