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Event Archive - LATE SHOW: WONDERFUL DIVING HORSES EP Release Party w/ special guests: Wonderful Diving Horses, D.B.Cooper, 64 Funnycars, Bad Johnny Law

Sat. May 12th 2012 Railway Club (No Minors)
10pm - 3am doors at 9pm
Tickets at: I.M.U. Productions
Presented by: I.M.U. Productions
. Saturday, May 12th IMU presents WONDERFUL DIVING HORSES EP Release Party w/ D.B.COOPER, 64FUNNYCARS & BAD JOHNNY LAW @ The Railway Club, 579 Dunsmuir . Doors 9pm / Purchase advance tickets online @

Come celebrate the release of the self-titled debut EP by Wonderful Diving Horses, joined by special guests D.B. Cooper & 64Funnycars. Produced by Marc L'Esperance and the band, lead single "Calgary Girl" is already getting public radio airplay in Portland, Toronto and Alberta.

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. http//

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.

64FUNNYCARS - These rootsy Victoria-based power poppers from the late 80s/early 90s have recently reunited with their original lineup to thrill audiences old and new alike. They'll be playing a full-length set featuring songs from all of their releases plus some cool covers and even a few new songs. With college radio chart success and extensive touring alongside bands like The Buzzcocks, The Posies, The Skydiggers and Mojo Nixon, this is a show that's not to be missed!

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.


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64 Funnycars (Rootsy powerpop)

Reunited and it feels so good! Originally from Victoria, 64 Funnycars' rootsy power pop made an impact in the 80s and 90s, with their "Happy Go Lucky" album hitting the Top Ten on the Canadian national campus radio charts and a number of cross-country tours. All four original members now live in Vancouver and play in other bands including China Syn... more info