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For those about to rock: Former Esperance drummer Che Brazier is bringing his ACDC tribute band Bons Salute to Esperance in November. Photo: Supplied.

For those about to rock: Former Esperance drummer Che Brazier is bringing his ACDC tribute band Bons Salute to Esperance in November. Photo: Supplied.

So there is a lot of interesting music based events on the horizon for Esperance and the surrounds I shall do my best here to give you a run down. Ring Of Fire Travelling Roadshow will be performing at The Travellers Inn on Sunday the 24 th of September from 6pm.

The act is a fantastic concept where musicians station themselves in the center of the room, so the audience is included in the action.

They then perform a great variety of classic sing along tunes that the crowd can join in on. Ring Of Fire also encourage local musicians to get involved asking them to bring along their instruments and directly jam with the band. Sunday the 24th of September sees another event kick into action in Jerdacuttup. Ravensthorpe Wildflower show will hold its Gala Long Table Lunch event from 1.00pm at the Jerdacuttup town hall. Rachel Vibart and Myself will provide some casual background tunes. Tickets include a three-course meal and an interesting lineup of guest speakers.

Organizers wanted to put together a day out that catered to a diverse audience, following the long table lunch with the Banksia Blues Bash from 5pm.

Headlining will be true WA Bluesman Lighting Jack supported by Grand Casual and Tom Clark. The event is BYO everything with attendees encouraged to bring their camping gear and settle in over night. Sunday Sessions will kick back off at Taylor St Quarters on October 1 st from 4pm with an exceptional lineup of touring artists.

Michael Dunstan, Luke Fox and Ben Catley will take to the stage and believe me these guys are absolute class.

Ex Esperance drummer Che Brazier is bringing his ACDC tribute band Bons Salute to Esperance and will perform at the Esperance Motor Hotel on Saturday the 25 th of November for an 8.30 pm start then followed on the 26 th of November for a Sunday Session running form 5pm-8pm.

Tickets are $15 and available from Esperance Motor Hotel reception, get in quick so you don’t miss out. If you’re looking for some good live tunes on Melbourne Cup day the Soul Sistas (Daphne Dunwoodie and Heather Jaarola) will be performing at the Esperance motor Hotel.

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