HIGH ENERGY: The Free Loves have promised a powerful performance when they play the Royal Mail on Saturday.
HIGH ENERGY: The Free Loves have promised a powerful performance when they play the Royal Mail on Saturday.

Blues rockers to share good vibes at Goodna

SEASONED blues band The Free Loves will be using the big beats and beautiful harmonies they've become known for to spread the "good vibes" and share the love this weekend.

Musician Dan McHugh said the band would perform some new material, some classic originals and a few rocking cover songs for good measure at their upcoming gig.

Mr McHugh said, like many other blues bands, the three-piece outfit couldn't stay away from Goodna's iconic blues and roots hub, the Royal Mail.

"We'll be performing songs from our self-titled EP," he said.

"The new EP has all been mixed by John Hudson who has also worked with Tina Turner and a lot of the big names so we were very fortunate to have him on board."

The veteran blues and roots performer encouraged music lovers to come along to the show and expect a night full of "dancing, drinks and fun".

"We've been performing at the Royal Mail for quite a while now.

"It's such an iconic blues venue and is definitely worth having a look at," he said.

"It offers a really unique, welcoming environment and it's one of our favourite venues for sounds and atmosphere."

Mr McHugh said the band had become known for their harmonies at their live shows.

"We generate a lot of energy on stage," he said.

"Whatever the crowd gives the guys, they throw it straight back at them.

"The thing that really defines us is our harmonies I think.

"There are some brilliant vocal harmonies from the two other band members.

"People can expect a high energy performance with driving beats (and) a lot of dancing."

The Free Loves will perform at the Royal Mail Hotel, 90 Brisbane Tce, Goodna, on Saturday.

The show will begin at 4pm with special guest and support act J W Longhorn.

Southern Booze Camp will perform at the hotel earlier in the afternoon from 1pm.