It’s been a decade in the making. Unbelievably, we’ve been in the Bunker for ten years. This Saturday is the day to celebrate everyone who has followed their musical dreams through the halls of Kooler Sound.
The party is hosted by King Fish Crow. Expect them to play a few sets throughout the afternoon and evening. There will also be performances by Jaguar Queen and possible reunions of Invisible Machines and Empty Set. Follow us down the hall to the Bunker Jr. for a special performance by Vs. Hair Vs. Hair. The evening will culminate with a long awaited Galaxy Drive reunion. Galaxy Drive has not played music together since our last show at Tiffany’s in 2010. Coincidentally, it was also the last night of live music at Tiff’s as well. It’s been 10 years since the release of our debut album, A Remnant Remains. Saturday is sure to be an epic occasion.
Over the past few weeks, Galaxy Drive has gotten together to dust off some of our favorite originals. We’re looking forward to sharing them with everyone. King Fish Crow is primed for the weekend return of Drew Brown. It’s going to be great and we are giddy to play some of our new tunes with our old sax man. Reunions upon reunions are expected. This will be the biggest blowout ever held at the Bunker. We hope to see you there. But space is limited. So get the password, bring your own beer and we’ll see you on Saturday for a short history of Bunker tunes.
I’m hoping some of the great people we’ve had in the Bunker over the years will share their Bunker stories. And if all goes as planned, the evening should shift into an all-inclusive Bunker jam. So bring your guitar, a bass or a kazoo.
‘No distance of place or lapse of time can lessen the friendship of those who are thoroughly persuaded of each other’s worth.” – Robert Southey