Blues Bytes: Kiera Jas

Blues Bytes: Kiera Jas

By Bob Gordon South-West singer/songwriter, Kiera Jas, comes to Blues at Bridgetown in November with a very special performance experience behind her. “Well this is actually my very first festival performing as a solo artist,” she says, “however when I have performed...
Blues Bytes: Tracey Barnett

Blues Bytes: Tracey Barnett

By Bob Gordon Blues at Bridgetown holds a lot of memory and meaning for singer/songwriter, Tracey Barnett, from bug-eyed kid to bona-fide performer. “I’ve been attending the festival since the first one in 1993!” she exclaims. “It’s the first place I...
Blues Bytes: Bambuseae Rhythm Section

Blues Bytes: Bambuseae Rhythm Section

By Bob Gordon There’s something infectious about the music and the performance ethic of the Bambuseae Rhythm Section that is sure to take flight at this year’s Blues at Bridgetown. It’s music that seems purposefully and spiritually built for a festival atmosphere....
Blues Bytes: Toby Beard

Blues Bytes: Toby Beard

By Bob Gordon Toby Beard has long been a Blues at Bridgetown favourite, often returning from tours across the globe to perform. Yet while 2019 has had its fair share of jetset moments, there have been very important things to accomplish closer to home. “I’ve been...
Blues Bytes: Kat Wilson

Blues Bytes: Kat Wilson

By Bob Gordon Kat Wilson doesn’t have to think too hard when asked about what appeals to her the most about playing festivals and what she’s looking forward to about Blues at Bridgetown… “Hanging out in nature and playing live in a completely new atmosphere,” she...
Blues Bytes: Tom Fisher & The Layabouts

Blues Bytes: Tom Fisher & The Layabouts

By Bob Gordon Tom Fisher is a born and bred musician. His father Jim is a legend in Fremantle and all across the many miles he travelled as a musician around the country.  The younger Fisher has carved his own history as a musician, taking the family tradition around...