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Junkyard rock band to give Fernie a firecracker live show

Them Teasters are ready to rock The Northern tonight.  - Submitted photo
Them Teasters are ready to rock The Northern tonight.
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Audiences at The Northern will get the chance to experience some honest to goodness, gut-wrenching rock tonight.

Them Teasters, an explosive junkyard rock band will be taking the stage to show off their 50’s and 60’s inspired rock and roll act.

Hailing from a small mountain tourist community in rural North Carolina, the band proudly bears the name of an old time mountain family that owns the local junkyard, which just so happens to be adjacent to one of the most exclusive gated communities in the area.

Over the years, the Teaster family has been offered millions of dollars to vacate Teaster Hollow, but they refuse to let go of their family birthright and heritage. All four members of Them Teasters reflect the sentiment of knowing what’s theirs by pouring their hearts and souls into song writing and vocal duties.

With influences ranging from Connie Francis and the Beatles, to the Ramones, the Misfits, and the King himself, the band puts on a self-proclaimed firecracker of a live show. They’re proud to take their audiences on a musical joyride full of suspension shaking guitar riffs, spine tingling stories, and heart-felt harmonies.

Don’t miss the experience to see Them Teasters live at The Northern tonight. Fernie’s very own ‘number two’ band, The Runs, will serve as the opening act. Tickets are available at the door.

 

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