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Click here for a full report and pictures from the Awards Night 2023

The Country Music Guild celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2018.

We present a live country band every Friday night at the Pascoe Vale RSL
40 Cumberland Road Pascoe Vale, Victoria (Cnr O’Hea Street).

Live country music from 8.00 pm to 11.00 pm with line dancing, partner dancing and rock’n’roll dancing.

Raffles and a door prize of a $25 dinner at the RSL.

Members $5 – Visitors $10 (effective July 30, 2016). Membership is $20 per person (effective June 1, 2019).

Great meals available from 6 pm in the band room. Enquiries and table bookings (6 or more people) – Keith (03) 9338 7902.


Jason Allen (Texas) – Springvale Town Hall – April 13, 2024


Robyn Howden with the Honkytonk Rockers recorded on Friday February 16, 2024.

Robyn Howden stepped out from her Rancheros band and sang a rockin’ version of the Hank Williams’ song “Your Cheating Heart” with the Honkytonk Rockers at the Country Music Guild on Friday February 16, 2024.

See more videos recorded at The Guild here on our Band Videos page.


Friday February 23, 2024: No Sleep Till Texas

No Sleep Till Texas are a new band in Melbourne and they are steadily getting a reputation as fine purveyors of the honky tonk style of country music you can dance to or just sit back and tap your feet.

No Sleep Till Texas played their first show at the Guild last year and it was a SOLD OUT show. They are back to do it all again so please book early to avoid missing out.

Rick Hart – vocals and acoustic guitar
Vanessa Hart – harmony vocals
Paul Robertson – lead guitar
Brendan Mitchell – pedal steel guitar
James Taylor – double bass, electric bass and vocals
Luke Callahan – drums

Facebook: facebook.com/nosleeptilltexas

No Sleep Till Texas Videos
Recorded at The Guild on February 17, 2023


Friday March 1, 2024: The John Lawrence Band (Voted the Most Popular Band at The Guild for 2022 – 2023)

The John Lawrence Band last played for us in August this year and they know how to keep the dance floor busy.

John Lawrence – vocals, guitar and harmonica
Dan Ebbels – lead guitar and backing vocals
Dave Moore – pedal steel
Geoff Stokes – bass and vocals
Bryan Derrick – drums

Classic country

Facebook: John Lawrence

John Lawrence Band Videos
Recorded at The Guild on August 4, 2023

See more videos recorded at The Guild here on our Band Videos page.


Friday March 8, 2024: NO GUILD (Labour Day Long Weekend)

Being a public holiday here in Victoria, many patrons do go away for the long weekend – including band members – so there will be no band on this night.


Friday March 15, 2024: Palace Gypsies

The Palace Gypsies last played for us in December last year. They are back to do it again.

Glen Lee – vocals and guitar
David Adam – lead guitar
Karan Johns – bass and vocals
Bryan Derrick – drums

Classic country

Hear Glen singing “Thank God For The Radio” (A live recording)


Friday April 12: Annie’s Hill o’ Beans


View or print our latest gig flyer.
It is in PDF format – Click the image to enlarge it.

Check out the latest band videos recorded live at The Guild

Ace In The Hole” by Bryen Willems And The Bayou Boogie Boys

Mister Lonesome“, “Would It Matter At All” and “Too Many Nights In A Roadhouse” by The Westernairs.

Saturday Night At The Movies” by The Hawks Showband featuring the late Pete Westwood.

I’ll Go Down Swinging” by Jacob McGuffie’s Dukes Of Haggard.

. “The Ringer And The Princess” by the Tim Farren Band.

. “Don’t Rock The Jukebox” by the Michelle Gardiner Band.

Don’t Get Angry” and “Just Call Me Lonesome” by Rene Diaz and Avalon.

Don’t Worry ‘Bout Me” by Lydia D’Lasselle.

Downunderland” and “Brokenheartsville” by the John Lawrence Band.

Storms Never Last” by Michelle Gardiner with The Dalton Gang, Dave Moore and Terry Dean.

Livin’ On Love ” by Keith Green with The Dalton Gang and Dave Moore.

Sing To Me O Lonesome Dove ” (written by Andrew Forrer) by Twilight In Tulsa.

San Antonio Rose” by Bryen Willems and the Bayou Boogie Boys.

. “I’m Blue, I’m Lonesome” and “Texas Boogie” by Dusty Crumpets.

Cryin’ Time” and “Whiskey, If You Were A Woman” by The Dalton Gang.

South Of The Border” by Jacob McGuffie’s Dukes Of Haggard.

Forever For A While” by Doug Bruce And The Tailgaters.



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