Hair today; gone tomorrow

The Beards (pictured) will spread the word about bearded love and all the virtues of having a beard when they play at The Rails in Byron next Monday and Tuesday, December 14 and 15, from 6.30pm.

The Beards are a hairy four-piece from Adelaide, whose act consists entirely of songs about beards and having beards. The Beards preach about the virtues of having a beard with near-militant intensity. (They’re facial hair fascists.)

With styles ranging from folk to rock to jazz, The Beards are talented musicians and diverse songwriters. Despite the beards.

The rhythm section of Nathaniel Beard, John Beardman and Facey McStubblington is complemented by front man, Johann Beardraven, who at any typical Beards show can be seen jumping from vocals to saxophone to drums to guitar.


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