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LATE SHOW: Rachel Davis and The Banned , John Pippus, Lundies

Sun. February 26th 2012 8:30 - 11:30 doors at 7:30 Railway Club (No Minors) 8:30 - 11:30 doors at 7:30
$7 at the door only.
Presented by: Banned For Life Presents
8:30 - Lundies
9:30 - RD and the Banned
10:30 - John Pippus

It's a Sunday, but that doesn't mean there isn't fun to be had!
Come on down to The Railway Club and enjoy the cozy vintage atmosphere at this action packed gig right after Jimy Now's Wang Dang Doodle Jam!

'Banned For Life' Presents:

The Lundies! Beautiful harmonies, great camaraderie and your favourite tunes, this trio of friends, with Eric S.L. Lefebvre and Patrick Jacobson, will cheer you up, no problem, you bet!

Rachel Davis and The Banned are on at 9:30, with a five piece band featuring such Railway favourites as Dave Webb on keys, and Blair MacDonald on drums, not to mention the multi-talented Eric S.L. Lefevbre on bass.They'll be playing a set of rockin' originals and tasty select unusual cover tunes for you.

RD and The Banned:

SoundProof Magazine says John Pippus is a "folk/roots GEM". John's latest album, "Wrapped Up in the Blues" is receiving airplay from over 100 radio stations around the world. The Vancouver Sun, The Province, and Georgia Straight like the album too. VANMUSIC.CA selected John Pippus as one of the TOP 10 INDIE ACTS OF 2011. Check him out at:

John Pippus (Blues Rock)

Selected by VANMUSIC.CA as one of "The Best 10 Indie Vancouver Bands " Playing out of Vancouver BC, this quartet offers solid entertainment. What do they play? Blues, rock, and urban-folk ballads, mostly original but some covers too. They can be rough and in your face on tunes like "I'm Mad", or playful and fun on the reggae-inspired "Sooner ... more info
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