Posted by Caitlin McAtomney
27. Aug, 2012
|September 2, 2012|
James Grim is the kind of man who will invade your dreams and turn them into nightmares. Fantastical, crazy-eyed, bushy-bearded nightmares. Equal parts maniacal, mischievous and charming, Mr Grim fronts local Melbourne band Brothers Grim & The Blue Murders. These guys certainly know how to get a party started with their dirty country-folk-blues tunes.
If you are quite partial to a riotous, booze-soaked night of live music then gird your loins and whip out your diaries dear friends. On September 2, James and his band of minacious men will headline the Drunken Moon Festival at its Corner Hotel debut. Joining them on the bill will be a rip snorter of a line-up including Midnight Woolf, Kira Puru & the Bruise, Mother and Son, Frank Sultana & the sinister kids, Little Bastards, Gruntbucket and Papa Pilko & the Binrats.
WHEN: Sunday 2 September, 6pm
WHERE: Corner Hotel, 57 Swan Street, Richmond
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