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Event Archive - Gold Stars Are For Suckers, My Pet Lion, Admiral Akiba, REMEMBER LITE-BRITE

Fri. April 20th 2012 10pm - 3am doors at 9pm Railway Club (No Minors) 10pm - 3am doors at 9pm
$10 adv
Tickets at: I.M.U. Productions
Presented by: I.M.U. Productions
. Friday April 20th IMU presents GOLD STARS ARE FOR SUCKERS, MY PET LION, ADMIRAL AKIBA & REMEMBER LITE-BRITE @ The Railway Club, 579 Dunsmuir . Doors 9pm / Purchase advance tickets online @ http://www.imuproductions.com/tix

GOLD STARS ARE FOR SUCKERS - Featuring former members of Waltz Darling and The Town Pants, the Gold Stars met in a local rehearsal space for an impromptu jam session where the music started to formulate and flow at a rapid pace. Their music is fresh and vibrant through exploration of diverse influences including Pixies, The Ramones and The Damned. http://www.myspace.com/goldstarsareforsuckers

MY PET LION - With ambient textures, catchy hooks and a fantastic live show, My Pet Lion is a force to be reckoned with. A powerhouse group that challenges the conventional boundaries of today’s pop and folk music, their music is enhanced by diverse lyrics and melodic surprises. http://www.mypetlion.ca

ADMIRAL AKIBA - Formed and masterminded by Ray Bixon, international playboy, war hero and supreme leader of Valentine Records, Admiral Akiba is an electro-rock band with a handpicked lineup chosen from over 800 candidates. It is believed that Admiral Akiba trained extensively in Japan to master their craft while gaining international recognition. http://www.aa.valentinerecords.net

REMEMBER LITE-BRITE is a pop punk rock band with member from the Tri-cities area. Formed in 2009 by founding members Richard Gauthier and Timmy Scott, they believe in fast music and good times.

Gold Stars Are For Suckers

other sites: myspace
Gold Stars Are For Suckers deliver music for beer ninjas, music nerds, bacon lovers, zombie enthusiasts, career students, the unemployable and alcohol evangelists. The odd listener who has a job as well as access to a music delivery system will find bits and pieces of things they love in each and every tune offered... Or mayhaps, they'll find some ... more info
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