Tuesday Blues – PJ O’BRIEN BAND
Event Date: Tuesday October 23rd
This Tuesday at MBAS ‘HOUSE OF BLUES’ @ FLEMINGTON BOWLS CLUB the feature act of the week is PJ O’BRIEN BAND
6.30pm: Doors & Kitchen open for meals – $20 Mains, $10 Entrees, $10 Dessert or $35 for 3 Courses!
8pm: Feature act:
PJ O’BRIEN BAND
9pm – 11pm: Blues Jam (Jammers to register by 8.30pm)
MBAS ‘House of Blues’ FREE every Tuesday night at FLEMINGTON BOWLS CLUB Cnr Smithfield & Racecourse Rds Flemington. Come down early and take advantage of our delicious Blues Menu and huge Craft Beer selection. We have plenty of seating, tables and parking. If you’d like to reserve a table, please phone or SMS 0425 776 613.
PJ O’BRIEN BAND knows how to get a Blues party started! PJ’s blistering fretwork has been turning heads from Perth to Memphis, Chicago, Austin, London, Singapore and back again. Driven by fat and funky guitar and accompanied by smooth, soul-filled vocals, PJ’s music has received widespread acclaim. His Blues exude both a retro and modern feel, delivering award-winning songwriting and spine-tingling dynamics. Tom Hyslop of Blues Revue USA has labelled PJ ‘a talent to watch’ and Al Hensley of Rhythms Magazine Australia named him ‘one of the brightest talents to emerge on the Aussie Blues scene in a long while… an international Blues star on the rise’.
PJ has won numerous music awards over the years and in February 2017, the PJ O’Brien Band represented the Sydney Blues Society for the second time at the International Blues Challenge in Memphis USA, reaching the semi-finals from a field of over one hundred and twenty American and International acts.
PJ has played multiple times at Australia’s premier Blues festivals such as Blues at Bridgetown (WA), Great Southern Blues Festival (NSW), Thredbo Blues Festival (NSW) Gympie Muster (QLD), Darling Harbour Jazz and Blues Festival (NSW), Blues on Broadbeach (QLD) Echuca Winter Blues Festival (VIC) and the Australian Blues Music Festival (NSW), as well as top Sydney music venues including the Basement, The Vanguard and the Factory Theatre.