Local Aussie-Americana band Applejack and Moonshine will play against the backdrop of the Bridge Garden Bar this weekend for a rare and special show.
Since the release of their impressive music video clips, the country blues boys have made quite a name for themselves, especially on the local festival circuit.
Playing their foot-stomping swamp music all around the state, they have performed at the the Blues at Bridgetown Festival, Nannup Music Festival, Augusta River Festival, Ravenswood Blues and Roots Festival and Country Rocks the River, along with plenty of ripper rodeo shows.
Their locally-made music videos have been on rotation on Foxtel's Country Music Channel and earned the band a nomination for 'Best Video Clip' in this year's Western Australian Country Music Awards.
Klifford J 'Applejack' Fyshwick (bass, vocals), Captain Moonshine (guitar, banjo, vocals), Captain Bang Bang (drums) and El Nato (guitar) will be 'live and loose' when they return to The Bridge Garden Bar for their Mandurah show.
The gig promises songs full of flavour, layered with blues and roots rhythm with a touch of drunkenness for a high-energy, thigh-slapping night of fun.
Joined by special guest Nate Lansdell, the Peel region's favourite quartet of trouble makers will play from 7pm on Friday, May 10 at The Bridge's secret garden bar.
Entry is free but tables will fill fast. To book a seat, or for more information, visit the Facebook event page.