Those Wild West Coast Hipsters Of The Blues, The Vibrolators are back, this time with a special appearance by the wonderful Miss Peta Lee.
The Vibrolators first appeared on the national touring circuit in 1997. Throughout the last two decades the band has taken their quirky 1950's flavoured Blues and RnB to all corners of the country, and become one of Australia's best loved blues bands.
The band has appeared at scores of National Blues Festivals, and performed in all major cities.
Featuring all four original members plus Miss Peta Lee, the bands new CD showcases some of the bands latest original tunes.
With their trademark Baritone Saxophone, Upright & Electric Bass, Archtop Guitar, Drums and Vocal, these Perth boys and girls are yet again ready to take you for an exhilarating rollercoaster ride of all things blue.
Miss Peta Lee is WA's premier exponent of the raw Rhythm and Blues vocal styles pioneered by many female singers in the 1940s and 50s.
If seriously swinging grooves and sultry, sassy RnB vocals floats your boat, you are on the right track with the Vibrolators featuring Miss Peta Lee.
The gorgeous Miss Peta Lee is a clear favourite of the Perth Blues, Jump Blues and RnB scene. Her powerful and soulful vocals can set the coldest of hearts on fire. Miss Peta has thrilled audiences all over the Country, and coupled with the Vibrolators' rough, ready and raunchy sounds, she brings an incredible energy to the stage.
The Vibrolators featuring Miss Peta Lee
Miss Peta Lee: Vocals
Almore James: Electric and Acoustic Guitars & Vocals
Drac Denyer: Baritone Saxophone
Yugon Chobanoff: Drums & Percussion
Hank Deberitz: Upright Bass, Electric Bass, Percussion
The Vibrolators brand new CD release "The Vibrolators featuring Miss Peta Lee" can be purchased through
"This Room Ain't Big Enuff for Swingin' Cats" CD 1999
"Fuel Money" CD 2004
"Frangipani" CD 2008
"The Vibrolators featuring Miss Peta Lee" CD 2016
Broadbeach Blues Festival 2017
Blues at Bridgetown 1997, 1998, 1999, 2003 and 2016
Lithgow Blues Festival 1997
Australian Blues Music Festival 1999, 2004, 2016
Woodford Folk Festival 1999
Gidegestock Festival 2017
Fairbridge Festival 1998
Gympie Muster 2005, 2007
Joondalup Festival 1999
Style Aid WA 1999
Stirling Festival, 2004
Joondalup Festival 1999
Augusta Festival 1998
Rottnest Festival 1998
Fremantle Festival, 1998
Point Walter Festival, 1999
Ascot Races, Melbourne Cup 1999
Vintage Blues at Wignalls, 1998 & 2004
Great Southern Blues and Rockabilly Festival, 2011
Rose of Australia, Erskineville, NSW
Empire Hotel, Annandale, NSW
The Rainbow Hotel, Fitzroy, VIC
The Alabama Song, Northbridge WA
The Mustang Bar, Northbridge WA
Devilles Pad, Northbridge WA
Perth Blues Club, North Perth, WA
South West Blues Club, Bunbury, WA
Albany Blues Club, Albany, WA
The National Press Club, Canberra ACT
Canberra Blues Society, ACT
Malt Supper Club, North Perth WA
The Orient, Fremantle WA
Clancy's, Fremantle WA
Clancy's Dunsborough WA
The P&O, Fremantle WA
The Freemason, Geraldton WA
The Belvoir, Swan Valley WA
Burswood Theatre, Perth WA
His Majesty's Theatre, Perth WA
Fly By Nite, Fremantle WA
West Coast Blues Club, Rockingham WA
Settlers, Margaret River, WA
Mojo's, Fremantle WA
Steve's, Nedlands WA
The Vibrolators have, amongst others, appeared with:
Little Charlie and the Nightcats (USA), Fiona Boyes, Lil' Fi, Chris Wilson, Eugene Bridges (USA), Lynwood Slim (USA), Luke Steele, Doc Spann, Herman Gunthier (Germany), Kristina Olsen (USA), The Blues Band (UK), Jimmy Thackery (USA), Alison Penney, Victor Mac (UK/USA), Ivan Zar, Paul Jones (UK), Tommy Emmanuel, Kate Ceberano, The Black Sorrows, JoJoZep and the Falcons.