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Event Archive - The DAY TRIPPERS, Stone Cold Crazy, The Unknown Soldiers

Fri. September 28th 2012 Shark Club (No Minors)
9pm - 2am doors at 8pm
$10 advance / $12 @ the door
Tickets at: I.M.U. Productions
Presented by: I.M.U. Productions

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Music: Tribute / Cover
. Friday, September 28th IMU presents The DAY TRIPPERS (Early '60s Beatles Tribute), STONE COLD CRAZY (Queen Tribute) & The UNKNOWN SOLDIERS (A Celebration Of The Doors) @ The Shark Club, 180 West Georgia Street . Doors 8pm . Purchase advance tickets online @ . $12 cover at the door

The DAY TRIPPERS celebrate the exuberant early '60s spirit of The Beatles as they exploded onto the world stage between 1962 and 1966. Honouring the legacy of iconic Fab Four singles, this new Vancouver-based tribute features members of Sweetheart, Beluga and February March. Inspired by mod culture and a love of blues and pop music, The Day Trippers deliver the indelible music of The Beatles at their energetic peak, taking you back to a time when they toured the world while releasing dozens of sensational songs every year!

STONE COLD CRAZY skillfully recreates the excitement, enjoyment and enthrallment given to the world by legendary UK rock band QUEEN. Featuring members of The Belushis, Removal, A Sheep At The Wheel, Urseus Exit and Transylvanian Polka, they capture the songs, spirit and spectacle of vintage Queen with power and grace, delivering an extensive repertoire that covers the ever-familiar radio classics of the 70s and 80s as well as deep album tracks which will surprise and delight.

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.


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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