Friday Night Blues Club at Seaford Hotel has gone from strength to strength in 2017 and continues to bring you the biggest names in Blues every Friday night.  In a year where Blues dominated local stages, Seaford Blues fans were treated to free shows from artists like Jimi Hocking, Phil Para, The Detonators, Andy Phillips & The Cadillac Walk and many more.  Along with all the usual fan faves, The Seaford welcomes new acts on board including Blues Alley, HouseWreckers and the mighty Sammy Owen into the mix each and every Friday night.

Blues Alley are a rockin’ three piece Blues trio lead by axe wielding Alex Pavlis on vocals, Jim Fewings on bass and featuring Darren McColl on drums. The boys have a huge history around the Melbourne music scene that goes way back to include bands like No Exit, The Vague Sensations, Russell Morris, Broderick Smith and Cold Snap. Blues alley return to Seaford Hotel with special guest Michelle Johns this Friday August 18.

HouseWreckers fronted by Stratocaster-master Darren Trott on lead vocals and lead guitar, and the legendary Greg Trennery on bass guitar have built a solid reputation for wowing audiences with their smoking bar room electric blues. Keyboardist Rowan Mumford adds the swirl of his Hammond and the vibe of his Fender Rhodes, with some of Melbourne’s finest drummers, including Paul ‘Spyda’ Marrett, Dale Thomas and Chris Tabone, queuing up to provide the beat.

Sammy Owen comes on givin’ lip like your younger brother after a night on the turps. He’s all cheek and twists and a wry smile to keep you fooled. Then launches into some of the best driving blues you’ll hear in yonks.  Sammy Owen jumps and jives like a young George Thorogood, he shreds, his lyrics tease, and soon you’ll be yellin’ for more.  That’s exactly what to expect when Sammy Owen Blues Band hits Friday Night Blues Club on September 15.

Friday Night Blues Club each and every week at Seaford Hotel, Seaford Rd in Seaford. For the full calendar of acts ahead and further details visit