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Event Archive - Femme Zeppelin (Led Zeppelin Tribute ft Rachel Davis), Puss 'n' Boots (New York Dolls Tribute), The Walk-Ins

Sat. April 27th 2013 Fairview Pub (No Minors)
10pm - 2am doors at 9pm
Tickets at: I.M.U. Productions
Presented by: I.M.U. Productions
. Saturday, April 27th IMU presents FEMME ZEPPELIN Led Zeppelin Tribute featuring Rachel Davis, PUSS 'N' BOOTS New York Dolls Tribute & The WALK-INS @ The Fairview, 898 West Broadway . Doors 9pm / Purchase advance tickets online @

FEMME ZEPPELIN (Led Zeppelin Tribute featuring Rachel Davis) - Born in LA, Rachel Davis started playing music in front of audiences when she was 7, busking on the streets of Peru. In 2010 she formed Rachel Davis And The Banned with some friends of considerable talent, showcasing her powerful vocals and near 5 octave range. Don't miss her dynamic interpretation of Led Zeppelin classics, delivering their essential songs with fiery and impassioned fervour!

PUSS 'N' BOOTS are an irreverent tribute to the NEW YORK DOLLS, dripping with menace, swagger and questionable fashion choices. Joining forces to form an exciting, entertaining brand of rock & roll that traces its stylistic roots to glitter-flecked, high-heeled, amped-up days of yore, their sleazy, snarling and slightly nauseous tour-de-farce will challenge the expectations and tolerance levels of Vancouver audiences.

The WALK-INS - Featuring members of The Unknown Soldiers, Top Drawers & Captain Dust, The Walk-ins have conspired to create a new musical concoction that seems strangely familiar yet somehow alien. Mixing blues, rock and urban folk in a musical blender, seasoned with a hint of grunge and a dash of grit and grind, let The Walk-Ins fill your body and soul.


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The Walk-Ins

The WALK-INS have conspired together to create a new musical concoction that seems strangely familiar yet somehow alien. Some say it's blues, some say it's rock or even urban folk... perhaps it's all three mixed together in a musical blender and seasoned with a dash of grit and grind and a hint of grunge. - IMU Productions more info