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The Resignators, Korweinguboora’s purveyors of skankin’ good vibes are touring across eastern Australia this April to promote their upcoming release, “Party Dates”. The Resignators with a high energy stage show, offbeat rhythms and a dynamic 4 piece horn section, rock audiences, worldwide, playing an eclectic mix of ska flavoured punk rock and they’re bringing their mates, two tone inspired ska kids, Los Kung Fu Monkeys from Mexico with them! “It’s really exciting to bring Los Kung Fu Monkeys to Australia. We toured eastern Canada with them in 2016 and had such an awesome time, they’re great guys and man, can they put on a show!” lead singer of The Resignators, Francis said. “… and they’ve just come off a show with The Mighty Mighty Bosstones at throwdown 19  in Boston”. Los Kung Fu Monkeys are a ska punk band based out of Canada and Mexico. Formed in 1997, when brothers Tarek and Hassan Limas and Bernardo Leos joined their talents and forces to start Los Kung Fu Monkeys. Till this day Los Kung Fu Monkeys have toured in over 15 countries all over the world, Headlining, and also sharing the stage and bill with all the greats in the underground as well as the mainstream markets, mythical bands like The Misfits, Moby, Panteon Rococo, Mad Caddies, Voodoo Glow Skulls, Fishbone, Madness, The Toasters, The Aggrolites, NOFX, Dropkick Murphys, Enrique Bunbury, the Planet Smashers, The Adicts and many more. This tour is not the only thing The Resignators are excited about. In December 2016 the band finished laying down tracks for their upcoming release, Party Dates, which is a little bit of a departure from their previous three efforts (Time Decays, See You in Hell and Down in Flames) with less up strokes and more energy, driven by hard hitting punk, “Party Dates” is set to be their best release yet!  Don’t miss your opportunity to see what the world is like when Mexico meets Australia this April across Australia.

LIZ STRINGER; Fri 28th April @ 6pm




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Highly respected songwriter, singer and guitarist Liz Stringer returns to the Old Hepburn Hotel with her band, fresh off the back of eight solid months touring her 2016 full-length release, ‘All The Bridges’, including two stints in Canada and the US and extensive Aussie venue and festival dates. The last year has seen Stringer reinforce her growing reputation for the highest quality musicianship, creative autonomy and blistering live shows. Special guest on the night it Timothy Nelson from WA.