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Event Archive - The RAILWAY CLUB REVIVAL!: SandyBone & The BreakDown, The Black Eagles, Sons of Daughters, The Burmis Tree, Devil in the Woodshack, Kubla Khan, Mani Khaira

Sat. November 16th 2013 Railway Club (No Minors)
$10 at the door only.
Presented by: I.M.U. Productions
. Saturday, November 16th IMU presents The RAILWAY CLUB REVIVAL! SANDYBONE AND THE BREAKDOWN, THE BLACK EAGLES, SONS OF DAUGHTERS & The BURMIS TREE + in the Caboose: DEVIL IN THE WOOD SHACK, KUBLA KHAN & MANI KHAIRA @ The Railway Club, 579 Dunsmuir . Show 10pm / $10 Cover includes admission for both Nov 16th Railway Club events! / Purchase advance tickets online @

Join us for some untamed outlaw whiskey-soaked country blues rock'n'roll on the Railway mainstage this evening! And if you're seeking live music in a more intimate setting, join the talented artists we have lined up in the Railway's Caboose!

The BLACK EAGLES specialize in whiplash-inducing, full throttle country punk.

SANDYBONE AND THE BREAKDOWN create a refreshing, Juno-nominated spin in the fabric of their blues, weaving threads of rockabilly, r&b, country, Latin and rock & roll into heartfelt tales of life & death, women & whisky, homefire & travel and love & heartbreak.

SONS OF DAUGHTERS builds a shared love for gritty, southern, whisky-slinging blues into undeniable songwriting chemistry showcasing the talents of Chrystal Leigh, frontwoman for Dave Ogilvie’s industrial pop hybrid project Jakalope and Jimmy Thow, former frontman for Vancouver hard rock band Machines .Their music offers swampy riffs, haunting melodies, fireside storytelling and refreshingly candid vocals.

The BURMIS TREE - Invoking the spirits that inhabit the mountains, ghost towns and wandering skies of the west, Burmis Tree paints a mythological canvas, conjuring the lonesome whisper of the great plains.

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In the Railway's Caboose:

DEVIL IN THE WOOD SHACK is a six-piece acoustic band with unapologetic honesty and more intrigue than a well told story! Their members hail from opposite ends of the country, forging a gypsy, western, pirate punk sound that's raw and untamed, straight from hell riding on drunken angel wings.

KUBLA KHAN - Strongly influenced by '90s alternative rock and '60s mod, Kubla Khan produces a psychedelic-pop sound driven by complex chord progressions and whimsical lyrics that speak of romance, daydreams and melancholy. They weave a dreamy sound enhanced by catchy bass riffs, resonant drum rhythms and velvety organ.

MANI KHAIRA is the embodiment of an intense and acute passion, quietly in tune with the reality and truths we all endure. Audiences are captivated by his intense and honest performances as his story is powerfully told through a cadence of rushing sound, rolling piano, deep vocals, shining melodies and textured lyrics.

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SandyBone & The BreakDown (bluecountryroots)

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SandyBone & The BreakDown serve up a spicy dish of original material and select covers simmered in a hearty blues stock, fortified with a generous serving of country/rockabilly, and finally garnished with hints of R&B and folk. Always served piping hot complimented with lyrical tales of whiskey & women, life & death, homefires & travel, love & hear... more info

Sons of Daughters

Featuring Ex members of Darryl's Grocery Bag. more info

The Burmis Tree (Northern Gothic)

Conjuring the lonesome whisper of the great plains alongside the ancient hymnodies of the old testament, Burmis Tree paints a mythological portrait and invokes the spirits that inhabit the ghost towns, badlands and wandering skies of the west. more info

Mani Khaira

Mani was born and raised in Vancouver, Canada. Daily devotion and perseverance in his early teens led him to develop the sound of a professionally trained pianist and vocalist. Throughout high school Mani participated in numerous music arts programs. His teachers and peers praised his musical strength and suggested he take his music to the next... more info