The Re-Mains bring country rock and roll back to the North Coast.
The Re-Mains bring country rock and roll back to the North Coast.

Return of the Re-mains

After their second triumphant haul through Canada avoiding bears, wolves and rampant random moose, The Re-Mains return to their beloved North Coast for a couple of weekend shows.

First up, Nimbin pub this Friday, September 11, from 8pm. The band's old stomping ground is always fertile ground for a banjo onslaught, and Uncle Burnin' Love, Banjo Ambassador to the Rockies, is in rare form after his first overseas jaunt. From 9pm on Saturday, September 12, the country rock and roll renegades play the Lennox Point Hotel, famous for thirsty crowds who like a jig and don't mind impersonating moose either.

The Canadian edition of the band's new album, Inland Sea, will be available for sale at this unofficial album launch. The final Australian version will be out in a month or two.


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