Cameron Holmes & The Blues Dudes – Supported by Mosey Jokers, Ian Maddick and Logan Irwin – 9/7 @ Whole Lotta Love

We’re looking forward to the gig at Whole Lotta Love on Saturday the 9/7!

Supported by Logan Irwin, Ian Maddick and Mosey Jokers, it’s going to be one hell of a kick ass show!


A bit of information about the Artists performing at this shindig! :

Cameron Holmes & The Blues Dudes (as you would know) are a blues act based out of Melbourne playing blues they like to describe as “Melbourne Style”

“Melbourne is a melting pot of musical style, and we try to draw all those straws back to their roots, back to blues”

Having just returned from Musicslam in Bendigo and aRockalypse in Warrnambool, and having prepped up a heap of new material for Echuca Moama Winter Blues Festival, the guys are really looking forward to playing their old favorite, Whole Lotta Love in Brunswick.

“Unique, Heavy Blues” – Bendigo Advertiser


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Mosey Jokers are a brand new three piece band from Melbourne, Australia. They play a eclectic mix of Rock, Pop and Punk/Stoner inspired songs that will get your foot tapping. Expect to hear many more catchy tunes from these guys in the very near future.


Ian Maddick started writing songs and jamming with other people in his early teens and has played with dozens of Garage and working …bands of differing styles including Groove Rock, Grunge and Blues. He continued studying music whilst playing in bands and writing songs.

He is a unique multi-instrumentalist playing; Guitar, Voice, Bass, Saxophone, Percusion, Surbahar (Bass, Indian Sitar) and Banjo. Performances have gone off at iconic Melbourne venues such as The Espy, The Evelyn Hotel, Bar Open, Noise Bar, and many other rocking places.

His solo show includes influences from many styles such as Alternative, Rock and Roll, Afro Beat, Blues, Classical Hip Hop, Traditional Indian Music and Jazz Harmony. Blended together with live looping of Guitar Bass, Voice and the occasional saxophone solos… It all comes together in an engaging and enlivened performance that you can’t miss!

He has been performing regularly around Melbourne at many venues including; The Espy, The Evelyn Hotel, Belgian Beer café, Cafe Vivo, Bar Oussou, Ontop Bar, Thornbury Local, Highlander Bar and others including Renaissance Festival, The Happy Potato Fest and Magic Truffle Farm (and of course The Royal George Hotel)


 Logan Irwin, Although not a new player on the scene, is coming back from hiatus, Check his tunes out here at:


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