A strong contender for the finest overlooked American band of the mid-’60s. American rock & roll at its best.
— All Music Guide

In 1964, they took Boston by surprise.

The line of fans stretching from Kenmore Square to Fenway Park meant only one thing: It was “Remains Night” at The Rathskeller. By New Years Day 1965, The Remains were signed to a major recording deal, playing to packed venues throughout New England. By the end of the 65′ they had two regional hit singles on Epic Records and had performed for 14 million viewers on Ed Sullivan’s Christmas Show. In 1966, the group had two more regional hits, appeared on NBC TV’s Hulaballoo, and garnered a coveted spot as opening act on The Beatles’ U.S. tour.

 Enthusiastic response to The Remains’ performances were echoed by rave reviews in the local and national press. Following The Beatles tour, The Remains’ first and only album was released by Epic Records. By then, The Remains had disbanded. Now, over three decades later Barry Tashian, Vern Miller, and Bill Briggs are back. With the release of their new albums, “The Remains”, and “Movin’ On,” and recent sold out performances in Europe and the U.S., The Remains are once again taking the music scene by storm.

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