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Desert Radio, D.B.Cooper, Bad Johnny Law, Wonderful Diving Horses

Sat. March 23rd 2013 10pm - 3am doors at 9pm Railway Club (No Minors) 10pm - 3am doors at 9pm
Tickets at: I.M.U. Productions
Presented by: I.M.U. Productions
. Saturday, March 23rd IMU presents D.B. COOPER, DESERT RADIO, BAD JOHNNY LAW & WONDERFUL DIVING HORSES @ The Railway Club, 579 Dunsmuir . Doors 9pm / Purchase advance tickets online @

D.B. COOPER - The members of D.B. Cooper have played in such locally acclaimed bands as Alma and The Sicks. Named after a famous unidentified hijacker and who leapt from a plane with a bag of cash never to be seen again, they have all had extensive experience performing at home and in various showers around the world. http//

DESERT RADIO - An original combination of classic rock, southern rock and Americana, Desert Radio is the soundtrack of a sun-baked road trip to Juarez in a '68 Dodge with a mix tape of classic rock n roll and outlaw country stuck in the dashboard deck. Their song "February Day" was featured at, became the number one ranked Americana song in the history of, and was used by NASCAR in a video tribute to Dale Earnhardt Sr that was broadcast throughout North America. The map may be lost, but the gauge says full, and there is always that music to lead us to where the top of the hill meets the bottom of the sky.

BAD JOHNNY LAW - With a sound reminiscent of The Black Keys getting attacked by Queens Of The Stone Age in the 1970s, Bad Johnny Law delivers edgy, blues-based rock with attitude. Their dirty guitar sound is inspired by classic bands like The Rolling Stones, The Doors and The White Stripes.

WONDERFUL DIVING HORSES - With roots firmly planted in the rich history of West Coast rock, Vancouver-based Wonderful Diving Horses are influenced by California bands like The Byrds, The Knack, Moby Grape and Dream Syndicate. They infuse every last ounce of heart into each performance, playing every gig like it's their last.

Desert Radio (Americana, Classic & Southern Rock)

DESERT RADIO's original combination of Americana, Classic & Southern Rock is the soundtrack of a road trip to Juarez in a '68 Dodge where Merle Haggard, The Who and Elvis Costello all play on the mix tape stuck in the dashboard deck. A few years ago, old friends Scott (Evil Roy Slade) and Patrick (Powerman 5000) were looking for an excuse to hang o... more info
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