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The Postmortemists bring to life the greatest independent rock’n’roll songs of the 80s and 90s. With an emphasis on Australian acts that provided the soundtrack to a generation, The Postmortemists’ Live Karaoke Jukebox gives punters a microphone and a chance to sing, with a red-hot rock band, the songs that they still love today.

From The Church and The Saints to REM via Cold Chisel, Died Pretty, Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones and the Stems, all the way back through Iggy Pop, the Waterboys and the Motels, with a side detour to X, You Am I and The Beasts of Bourbon, the band has a scintillating and ever-expanding repertoire.

Featuring members of The Re-Mains, the internationally touring country rock-and-roll act, the Postmortemists guarantee the wildest karaoke experience you’ll get outside Korea. If it had decent rock bands. You get to star in your own band, if only for a song.

The show kicks off at 7pm. And it’s free. The Postmortemists’ Live Karaoke Jukebox returns to the Bangalow Bowlo on Saturday.


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