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Event Archive - HALLOWEEN TIME MACHINE: Femme Zeppelin, The Unknown Soldiers, TONGUE

Thu. October 31st 2013 Railway Club (No Minors)
8:30pm - 2am doors at 8pm
$10 at the door only.
Presented by: I.M.U. Productions
. Thursday, October 31st IMU presents HALLOWEEN TIME MACHINE! FEMME ZEPPELIN Led Zeppelin Tribute, The UNKNOWN SOLDIERS A Celebration Of The Doors & TONGUE Rolling Stones Tribute + The HAUNTED CABOOSE! WILLY KRUEGER, MOOKI & JOSEPH BLOOD @ The Railway Club, 579 Dunsmuir . Doors 8pm / Show 8:30pm sharp! / $10 Cover for both events! / Purchase advance tickets online @

Celebrate the spirit of Halloween, rock'n'roll style, with 3 killer tribute bands showcasing the stellar music of LED ZEPPELIN, The DOORS and The ROLLING STONES! Visit the musical past and revel in vintage aural delights with FEMME ZEPPELIN, The UNKNOWN SOLDIERS & TONGUE! Plus, don't miss the aural delights of the Haunted Caboose, featuring WILLY KRUEGER, MOOKI & JOSEPH BLOOD.

FEMME ZEPPELIN Led Zeppelin Tribute featuring Rachel Davis (11pm) - 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!

The UNKNOWN SOLDIERS (930pm) 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. "Unknown Soldiers might just be the city’s best cover band... bringing a remarkable intensity to their shows, feeding off the audience's energy and turning each performance into an alcohol-fueled, quasi-spiritual journey." - Inside Vancouver

TONGUE Rolling Stones tribute featuring Mick Believe (830pm sharp!) - For all those who believe in rock'n'roll, charismatic Mick Jagger impersonator Mick Believe (who played the iconic rocker in the movie "The Watchmen") will kick you into party mode as he and his band, TONGUE pay tribute to the musical glory of the ROLLING STONES! Expect to be amazed by faithful renditions of classic Stones songs in a stellar live homage that recreates their sound with top notch musicianship and seasoned stage theatrics.

+ The HAUNTED CABOOSE More spooky good times await you in the The Railway Club's North Bar!

JOSEPH BLOOD's career as an acclaimed Vancouver-based guitar player has seen him playing stages in seven different countries and sharing bills with acts ranging from Spirit of the West to 2 Live Crew. Hitting all the best parts of modern Americana, his songs are a blend of dark country, celtic punk and chamber pop. His self described 'acid-country' has been winning him fans across North America and Europe as people latch on to his urgent, captivating melodies and songs about living on the road, love lost and found, and all the booze and heartache that fills up the cracks of life.

WILLY KRUEGER was born in the remote rural town of Drumheller, Alberta, uniquely famous for it's badlands, coal mines and dinosaurs, but a strange and desperate place to come of age in the 1980s. Deciding to try his luck as a songwriter out west, he left with only a trunk of records, song tapes, acoustic guitar and some clothes... the rest is history!

MOOKI (MOOKI KATY WALSH MUSIK) is an original band with a versatile sound that's influenced by the 90s rock scene and bands like The Police, Smashing Pumpkins and Fleetwood Mac. Their music consists of groovy rhythms, gritty guitars and seriously catchy harmonies with choruses that will get embedded in your head.

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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