Stonetrain rock the Heywood Hotel

Saturday 13th of May 2023

Stonetrain are hitting the road and bringing their dirty blues rock to the Heywood hotel... read more.


47 Edgar St, Heywood, VIC, 3304
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Stonetrain are hitting the road and bringing their dirty blues rock to the Heywood hotel.

An original, five piece dirty blues band from Melbourne, Stonetrain is fronted by a powerful female lead singer, tight rhythm section and a blues influenced lead guitar player who knows how to rip it up.

Together, they create a sound that’s fun, loud, and impossible to ignore.

The band was born during Melbourne’s lockdowns in 2021, when a group of talented musicians from Geelong, Yarraville, and Sunbury came together to create something new. Drawing on the blues and blending it with feminine soul and hard rock, they quickly found their groove and began honing their sound. Since then, Stonetrain has been winning fans over with their infectious energy, killer riffs, and unforgettable live shows.

Whether they’re playing in a dive bar or on a festival stage, this band has been making waves with their original sound and high-energy performances.

These five musicians are ready to bring the house down and leave audiences begging for more.



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  • Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

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