New Studio Album
The new studio album from Australian Blues / Rock quartet Bluesville Station' will be released on Jan 1, 2015. 'Rolling Stock' will feature twelve new original songs of classic Station boogie and blues including opening track 'Wrong Side Of
The Bed' and stomper 'What Will I Do'.
Recorded and produced by Lee Carroll at his exclusive Woodland Hills studios over a twelve month period. The band will be showcasing their new material at a series of shows booked for the new year including The Royal Mail Hotel near Brisbane on January 10 and the Agnes Water Blues Festival on February 21 and their blues home on the North Coast the Lennox Point Hotel
Blues Event Nth Coast 2014
The band will be playing this coming
Australia Day Jan 26 at the Caloundra Powerboat Club on the Sunshine Coast.
A great day of rock n blues music is on
the forecast with a host of top bands.
Mitchell Creek Run
September 21 - 23 will be a big weekend of
rockin blues music up in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland. The band will be playing the Saturday afternoon set.Lots of bands. Camping available, Check out the link to the site.
Mitchell Creek Rock n Blues Fest
Rollin' On Easy Tour 2013
Rehearsal are underway for the new year
of gigs coming up including a weekend
in the West.
The band are confirmed to play two shows in Kalgoorlie in early May.
Local shows include a return to the Surf Club at Tallebudgera on the Gold Coast on Febuary 17.
Cairns Blues Festival on Fitzroy Island is confirmed for May 11.
Blues at Bridgetown
The band performed three shows at this years Blues at Bridgetown Fest in WA.
With the first set scheduled for midnight on Friday it was a hard act to follow local favourites Blue Shaddy who performed a rockin' set.
The early morning shows proved a good timeslot to showcase the bands tunes, with eager fans enjoying the music with clear heads, setting the tone for a weekend of top national and local bands.
Feeling Strange Tour 2011
The new album is available from the band side of stage or download including Spotify / Itunes.
Snakebit 'n' Boogie has 11 new songs and a reprise of the stomp 'Castlemaine Drain'.
Shows for 2011 include the Agnes Waters Blues / Roots in Febuary, Blues on Broadbeach on the Gold Coast in May and Blues at Bridgetown, WA in November.
Other shows at the Bearded Dragon Tavern, Tamborine, the Royal Mail Hotel in Goodna, the Brunswick Hotel , the Lennox Hotel and Buddah bar, Byron Bay in Nth NSW.
Also the Bucca Hotel and Palmwoods Hotels up the north Sunshine coast on the 18th and 19th of June 2011.
The band will play at the Nighthawk Blues Club in Mentone, on Thurday night, with other gigs booked in and around Melbourne for a week of shows.
Other venues booked include the Sam Knott Hotel, Wesburn and the Victoria Hotel in Elmore in country Victoria.
An afternoon gig at Pure Pop Records in St. Kilda, and a Sunday session at Beaches of Mornington are also booked.
The band will also appear on Tuesday, October 13 in West Melbourne for the Melbourne Blues Society Jam Night.
The lads are enjoying Sunday sessions at their local surf bar on the Gold Coast. The new stage is working well and the local crew are enjoying the tunes and everyones smiling.
The views of the sparking Pacific Ocean swells are quickly replaced with the bands smoked and tattered backdrop.
The pressure is on with a 1pm start, the sunglassed starlets, and bleached lipo babes arriving and filling the seats fast, the cool hand Lukes and combed clubmen circulating the scene.
The natives were restless, the last gig played here cooked with tight sets and a great bar sound, the band pumped and the crew dug it.
The electric buzz was in the atmosphere, everyones were ready to roll, they all knew what was coming and the band were scoped to play.
Setup with 2 minutes to spare, the band scatter to do their thing.
The first set rolled home with acoustic - electric guitar blues with happy harp entertaining the afternoon crowd.
The second set fired up with Creedence classic 'Born on a Bajou' and stomped its way through some greased up band classisc.
Nip Me In The Bud, Camp Of The Moon, Travellin Time, Cyclone Blues, Goin To Johanna, Scratch My Back, Tales From The Squealin Pig ... all the riffs coming together, "There hookin' em in, unreal" splurts Sharky Smith local club legend. "I heard em last time, man they really wail"..."There just terrific Ive got all their records" giggles Champagne Charlotte from the nearby Caravan Park.
'Ladies and Gentlemen we hope your enjoying your afternoon, we like it here..
The 'Castlemaine Drain' brings in the next set, and the boogie pumps for the next hour with the new rocker Wastin My Time' driving home the set.
The final set eased in with harp haunter 'Leaving Bluesville' and rolled out with a 10 minute deluge of E minor spanglish driver 'No Tengo Dinero'.
Apart from a minor mishap involving a vintage fuzz box, red wine, and a busting Brazillian bar babe, the band fired up and delivered the goods, on time, every time.
Dalby Tour Success
The western Queensland town of Dalby will be nursing a boogie woogie hangover after Gold Coast quartet Bluesville Station
appeared for a two night performance at the local RSL club last weekend.
The normally sedated residents of this cotton and coal country were treated to the bands own brand of ballsy blues and bar boogie.
The audience were all well seated and eager as the band took to the stage. The line dancing fraternity clearly divided as to attempt to boot scoot to this devils music, whilst under the tables feet were a tappin. It was clearly decided by the ladies president of the Line dance club that indeed it was the devils music and they would have no part and quickly led her elderley entourage out the door.
Meanwhile the locals were up, jivin and rockin out to the sounds of this new sound, "We dont usually see bands like this come through these parts, last week we had Carol Corrals' Country Muster Band and that sucked" a wide eyed fencer from Fairdale yells through missing teeth. The manager of the club who at first a little unsure about putting on a bar band from the big smoke was last seen dancing on the back tables grinning from ear to ear happy with the largest turnout in years.
Brad Palmer of Bluesville Station , feature interview on Blues Player Magazine,2009.
Giddyup To Goulburn Feb 09'
Australian Blues Music Festival in Goulburn Feb 12 - 15, 2009 the band performed two shows. The workers club rocked as the boys took to the stage at midnight on the Saturday .Opening with Poor Boy Blues the joint was jammed and pumped from the opening riff.
Sunday afternoon the eagerly awaiting seated audience were treated to another great show.
Congratulations to young gun Daniel on bass who accepted the challenge and performed a solid performance and survived a rockin roadtrip.