Info for Musicians

We organise our Live Blues Nights as an open-mic format, available to performers of all abilities on a first-come, first served basis by booking their time on the run sheet which is linked on the banner at the top of this site.

There are (generally) 6 x 20-minute performance slots, with a 10-minute bump time between them.

We aim to begin at 7:00 pm and the last slot to finish by 10:00 pm.

These times may vary depending on how full the run sheet is. Or isn't.

After then, the jam sessions begin, which are open to anyone who wants to participate.

For many, this is the highlight of the evening, as everyone has a lot of fun.

The club supplies a basic drum kit, but if you require extra pieces, bring those along. 

BYO sticks please.

The club now has its own drum kit!

Thanks to Paul Fenton for finding this at a good price, and polishing it up for us.

Additional Equipment for Performer's Use


Two Sure SM58 vocal microphones with mic stands.


Paul T-S has indicated that he is willing to make his guitars available for use if you are stuck, but please ask first. 

The Club welcomes the donation of any instruments you no longer want to hold on to.


A 40 watt valve, Fender Hotrod Deluxe guitar amplifier

A 100 watt solid state Fender Rumble bass guitar amplifier.

If you have any questions about instruments or equipment, contact our Chief Tech Guy, Paul Tudor-Stack, on 0490 083 070 or via email.


Open Mic Venue

Geeveston Ex-Servicemen's & Women's Club (aka Geeveston RSL)

Our Live Blues Nights are open mic events

Your chances to play at our Live Blues Night events at no charge

(to June 2023)