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The Patron Saints echo the golden age of Chicago Blues in the 1950's and 60's. Their music is hard edged in the traditional sense. It doesn't always rock, it isn't always loud, but it swings hard, it's dangerous in it's sparsity, it's the blues and it's deep. It makes you move. There was a time when you could hear it everywhere, on the streets, in Juke Joints, bars and clubs. It's music for young and old, for good times and bad, for dancing and for letting your hair down. When you hear The Patron Saints you'll know why.

Music Tasmania acknowledges Tasmanian Aboriginal people as the traditional owners of this island, lutruwita (Tasmania). We pay our respects to elders past and present and acknowledge traditional peoples' connection to country. We respect the traditions and customs of the Aboriginal people of lutruwita, who remain the custodians of these lands.