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Event Archive - DOORS & QUEEN Tributes w/ special guests RED HERRING!: The Unknown Soldiers, Stone Cold Crazy, Red Herring

Fri. September 26th 2014 Railway Club (No Minors)
$10 at the door only.
Presented by: I.M.U. Productions
. Friday, September 26th IMU presents The UNKNOWN SOLDIERS A Celebration Of The Doors, STONE COLD CRAZY Queen Tribute & RED HERRING @ The Railway Club, 579 Dunsmuir . Show 10pm / $10 cover

The UNKNOWN SOLDIERS come amazingly close to replicating the music of THE DOORS note for note while capturing their raw energy through each band member's interpretation, combining to deliver a groovy reproduction of a live Doors show that keeps audiences in a head-bobbing, toe-tapping trance. Their singer's Morrison-esque look, vibe and baritone voice combine with swirling organs and deft musicianship to captivate and transcend time and place, allowing audiences to be transported back in time to experience a taste of live shows that are now a part of rock mythology.

STONE COLD CRAZY is Vancouver's foremost tribute to legendary UK rockers QUEEN, capturing their spirit, spectacle and songs with power and grace. Taking their mutual love of all things Mercury into the hearts and minds of Vancouver's classic rock fans, they skillfully deliver quintessential Queen from throughout their chart-topping career. Stone Cold Crazy is excited to introduce the gender-bending performance of singer/pianist Tania Gosgnach, channelling the legendary Freddie Mercury. Come and get your Queen on!

RED HERRING - Featuring an impressive line-up of local musicians who've worked with the likes of Sarah McLachlan, Paul Hyde, Veda Hille and Sook Yin Lee, Red Herring plays jangly, spiky, danceable art punk that is quirky, unique and iconoclastic. Landing MuchMusic airplay and top honours in CiTR's Shindig, the 4 founding members have reunited after an extended hiatus to revisit past favourites and explore exciting new compositions.

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The Unknown Soldiers

THE UNKNOWN SOLDIERS are named after The Doors most political song. They come amazingly close to replicating The Doors music note for note, but more importantly they capture the raw energy through each band member's interpretation. By combining these elements they deliver a groovy reproduction of a live Doors show, keeping the audience in a head-bo... more info
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