Ludwig Drums Australia officially welcome KYLIE SOANES to the family as their latest member. Make sure you catch her out and about across Australia with her band LEGS ELECTRIC!
Introducing our first single off our Two Sides EP.
Available NOW digitally via Itunes, Apple Music, Spotify & Google Music.
Recorded by Kenny Watt at Killerwatt Studios.
Listen to it loud! Enjoy.
#maximumrocknroll Firestarter Fmd
We are very EXCITED to announce that we’ll be back on the road touring our NEW EP soon to be released by Firestarter Fmd.Presented by Otherside Brewing Co.
Hittin' PERTH / ADELAIDE / VICTORIA / NEW SOUTH WALES!
Indi Bar Crown and Anchor Frankie's Pizza By The Slice Rad The Last Chance Rock & Roll Bar Whole Lotta Love
BANDS will be announced soon!
Legs Electric support blues, psychedelic USA rockers RADIO MOSCOW for the Perth run of their Australian tour commencing June 30th at the Indi Bar, Scarborough. The tour will be in support of Radio Moscow's fifth studio album New Beginnings, which was released in September last year.
LEGS ELECTRIC will be hitting the stage in support with bands SOUTHERN RIVER BAND & THE IVORY LIES.
Legs Electric are EXCITED to announce we will be supporting The Iron Maidens (USA) June 3rd at Badlands Bar, Perth.
You can purchase tickets from us at a special price of $50.00.
Please PM us for more information.
Our next show is May 12 at Rodney's Bait n Tackle.
Bring your mum along for mothers day as we're playing two sets from 8pm.
This is such a rad, nautical themed bar in Mosman Park!
Admission is FREE.
WHAT A GREAT WEEKEND HELPING CELEBRATE THE LIFE THAT WAS BON SCOTT AT THE BON SCOTT FESTIVAL "BONFEST" FREMANTLE 16-18 FEBRUARY 2018
Quote from our guitarist Selina Jayne Paul:
“38 years ago we lost him yet Bon is still bringing people from all generations together. What a mad weekend in honour of him and the band that made me want play. Thanks to the many, many people who put it all together and everyone who came and made it what it was! Hoping to be a part of it again next year and every year - Rock In Peace, Bon”
Photo Below: Peter Gardner
Photo of Rose Tattoo captured by Brett Gooden.
We're thrilled to announce that we'll be supporting the mighty Rose Tattoo at Bonfest Freo 2018 on February 16th at Metropolis in Fremantle!! This is going to be an amazing night of high voltage rock 'n' roll with Rose Tattoo, Legs Electric and Ragdoll celebrating our very own Bon Scott.
THANK YOU Karen for your wonderful photos!
Link to photographer's website + more photographs:
Astor Theatre, Perth WA
October 21st, 2017
Support: Ragdoll and Legs Electric
The sense of déjà vu was indeed strong on Saturday night as Sebastian Bach once again hit the stage at Perth’s iconic Astor theatre. It was just over two years since he last brought his ‘heavy metal’ to the sunset coast, and punters could be forgiven for confusing the two shows.
Just as the last time, local femme-force Legs Electric opened up the show with a bang. They didn’t waste any time smashing out their own brand of contemporary heavy rock. It is no surprise that they have supported so many great international acts over the past few years as this is a band that owns the stage and makes every venue and every crowd their own. Equal parts solid musicianship and ‘humble’ punk-rock attitude (if there ever was such a thing) serves to carry Legs Electric above most of their local contemporaries. As per usual, they set the bar ridiculously high and left the crowd with grins from ear to ear.
Next up was Ragdoll, the self-proclaimed ‘hairiest power trio’ of Perth. Citing Whitesnake, Deep Purple and Led Zeppelin as influences would not surprise anyone who has come across this energetic crew who powered through a set of groove and rhythmic rock. Although attendance was somewhat lacklustre for a Saturday night, Ragdoll had the majority of the punters out of their seats, dancing and singing along to most of the tracks. The band was tight, loud and their enthusiasm and love for rock ‘n’ roll was infectious.
There was a great sense of camaraderie, joy and expectation at the Astor. The crowd, many in their late 40’s, eagerly awaited the main attraction for the evening, Sebastian Bach, and there was a mad rush to the front when the house lights dimmed and his band walked out on stage. Sebastian, ever the joker, hid behind the bassist during the bluesy intro to Jimi Hendrix’s ‘Little Wing’, emerging to the roar of the crowd with a gleeful grin. He continued this mellow tone with ‘Breaking Down’, which clearly seemed to confuse the crowd. Most were there to re-live their teens and remember how they as 18 year olds were the “Youth Gone Wild”, and this somewhat sombre start was not necessarily what they had expected, putting a temporary dampener on their nostalgic trip down memory lane. However, that quickly changed when ‘18 & Life’ kicked in. Sebastian whipped the fans into a frenzy, and had them eating out of his hand with ‘I Remember You’ and ‘Slave to the Grind’.
You can’t fault Sebastian Bach’s showmanship. He has been a rock royalty for over three decades, and he knows how to work the stage and the crowd. Bach delivered jokes, personal anecdotes and charisma in abundance, and just like last time, running up and down the stage, swinging his mic like a bullroarer far out over the crowd’s heads. What was lacking, however, was perhaps the youthful energy of the early 90’s. His physique seemed to hold him back where age shouldn’t have mattered, and out of breath, he struggled to hit certain notes. That said, Sebastian Bach delivered a solid performance to his wide-eyed followers who were so engrossed in the show that none of the aforementioned criticisms hardly mattered or even registered at all amongst the worshipping crowd. Many of the songs were on the soundtrack to their lives after all, and Bach gave them what they wanted. ‘Piece of Me’ and the more recent (and re-named) ‘Australian Metalhead’ kept the fans screaming for more, and more they got when he finished the regular set with ‘Youth Gone Wild’. The encore, just like last time, was a tribute to our very own local rock royalty and legend Bon Scott, and Bach closed the night with a decent rendition of ‘T.N.T.’, going out with a bang.