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With a heavy heart, due to the escalating situation of the COVID-19 Delta virus variant in Victoria, we have made the difficult decision to cancel our 2021 Shows, including all October, November and December shows.

The Blues Train has always prided itself on putting the health & safety of its guests, staff, contractors, railway volunteers, and musicians first and foremost. In addition, a lack of Government ongoing support for event-based businesses means that insurance is unavailable to cover the costs of last-minute cancellations. With this in mind, we’ve decided that it’s impossible for us to run any of our 2021 shows.

Words cannot describe the devastation that this decision has caused us.

While we are staying confident that The Blues Train will return to the tracks in 2022, we are in desperate need of your help to shake, rattle and roll once again.

Any donation to our GoFundMe Rescue Campaign would be greatly appreciated – https://www.gofundme.com/f/thebluestrain2020

Carriage A

George Kamikawa

George hails from Japan but moved to Australia 10 years ago to make his life as a busker musician.

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Carriage B

Luke Greenhatch

With soaring vocals and a suitcase full of blues, Luke Dylan Greenhatch delivers timeless tunes and vintage grooves from the Mississippi Delta, Texas, through to Chicago. Add some gospel hollarin', and down-dirty slide, and Greenhatch will leave you yearning for more.

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Carriage C

Anna Scionti Trio

Melbourne Blues Songstress Anna Scionti (pronounced Shon-tee) is a singer-songwriter and guitarist. Playing cigar box guitar, resonator, lap steel or six-string guitar, you will be immersed deep into her world of emotionally charged electrified rhythmic blues.

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Carriage D

Louis King and the Liars Klub

Louis King was born Tommy McEwan and grew up in Glasgow, Scotland, raised on a diet of Motown, Soul and blues before moving to Australia as a teenager in 1972.

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