What a great show last night.
The highlight of the night was being joined onstage by Pete from Madam Wong (pictured on the left in the above photo) for a cover of the song Zombie by The Cranberries as a tribute to their fallen lead singer Dolores O’Riodan.
Scouty Dave came up on stage to try and defend why Sydney trains are so shit at the moment. It didn’t work. That was pretty funny too.
Thanks to Montana for taking photos of us while we were playing.
Speaking of Madam Wong, they announced last night that they are doing a CD launch on April 20. They’re good guys and we all agreed that their new single sounded really great so we thought to give them a shout out. Check out their Facebook page in the link to find out details about it.
See you all at the next show.
Hey folks, Az here.
I was sorting out some old stuff in the garage and found this gig poster from our show back in 2014 that I was just talking about yesterday on this blog.
I have my old mate Rhys Campion to thanks for this. He moved in to my place for about six weeks last year and then left about a third of his stuff behind after he left – including a bunch of gig posters in frames from our time as being band mates. Now they’re mine! Muahahaha.
The cool part about this show was that it was organized by one Mr Jes Vegas Kellett, the bass player from Handball Deathmatch. The show was my first time meeting him and even though I was traveling down from QLD for that show at the time, we kept in touch and now we’re band mates in MNIJ. It’s funny how things turn out.
Anyway, your history lesson is over. Back to whatever you were doing. 🙂
Pictured here is a shitload of people at The Valve Bar in Sydney, enjoying the music of someone other than My Name Is John.
Yes kids, it’s time for us to return to the Valve Bar for the first time since 2014. Last time we had a nude band member who tried cracking onto a cousin of one of the band members of Topnovil – who for some reason didn’t punch him out for it.
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