Posted by Caitlin McAtomney
29. Aug, 2012
|August 31, 2012|
Howlin’ Steam Train will bring their swamp-country-blues-infused rock ‘n’ roll to the Espy Front Bar. The Melbourne four-piece consistently delivers live shows with genuine, generous, fun-fueled energy. The lads’ sound is as distinct and eclectic as their hairstyles and their music’s toe-tapping momentum is infectious. HST frontman, Boots, punches out harmonica solos that are especially fervid and gratifying.
Friday’s free gig will be supported by Papa Pilko, Max Savage and the Pretty Littles. So pack some snacks for the road and motor on down to the Espy to bid farewell to winter. Howlin’ Steam Train will surely put a spring in your step.
WHEN: Friday 31 August, 9pm
WHERE: The Esplanade Hotel Front Bar, 11 The Esplanade, St Kilda
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