In a huge coup for Pier Live and The Pelly Bar, Rusty and the boys from Electric Mary will team up with recently reformed 80s/90s group Defryme for a massive double bill not to be missed.

2014 is a year of celebration for Electric Mary. After an incredible ten years that has been highlighted by tours alongside the likes of Alice Cooper, Whitesnake, Judas Priest and Deep Purple, a collection of albums and EP’s and an ARIA Top 100 single, Electric Mary are back with a new EP, The Last Great Hope, and they intend to spend the year celebrating all that is rock n roll, the way it used to taste!

Following a crowd-funded Pozible campaign which raised over $15,000, the band are back on the road alongside locals Defryme. Originally formed in 1989 in Frankston by Michael Richardson and Quinn Gardener-Kane, the band’s first 1994 album, Purekiller, debuted at #3 on the national ARIA chart and lead to a string of ARIA Top 100 singles including a cover of LL Cool J’s Mama Said Knock You Out and Defryme originals God Inside A Man, Purekiller and the crossover track Sanity, all receiving significant radio support from both triple j and commercial radio stations such as Triple M. They’re now back with a fresh perspective and a new bunch of songs mixed in with their favourite legacy hits.

Catch the two acts on Thursday December 4 at the Pelly Bar, Pier Live, with tickets $22 available from Ticketmaster and the venue. Doors Open from 7pm, and for more info visit www.pierlive.com.au

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