Another roving report on live music and dance scene in Brisbane.

Saturday night was a huge rockabilly night at Just Rock Brisbane. Just Rock is the premier rockabilly dance club aimed at promoting rockabilly dancing and music in Brisbane. It holds a social dancing function about once every couple of months. On Saturday night, they had the Flattrackers from NSW playing at their social night. Supported by local Brisbane rockabilly band, Regular Gonzales, the band played to a full house and every seat taken which meant dancing space was at a premium on the night. It was great night of rockabilly and the band obliged with request to grant another half hour of encore performance which thrilled the crowd.

On Sunday, the music scene moved to Stars Club, Loganholme with Adelaide based Retro swing & rockabilly band, Lucky Seven, playing after an exhausting performance the night before playing at Brisbane's Gangsters Ball. It was an afternoon of retro swing, 1920 - 40's style swing and even some rockabilly and rock and roll. Another fun afternoon dancing to Lucky Seven. Of course, Lucky Seven are no stranger to Melbourne's live music and dance scene having played here many times before.

Stars Club Loganholme is located about 30 Km south of Brisbane but with easy access via the M1 motorway to the Gold Coast. No traffic lights so one could easily reach the venue in under half an hour from Brisbane. It's a privately owned club dedicated to holding gigs promoting 1940-50's music covering rockabilly, rock and roll, country rock, blues and swing. It has a huge dance floor with bar facilities. The venue also holds dance classes and occasionally stages community based events.