Triple M’s Jane Gazzo is dusting off her vocal chords and reforming her 90s punk band Rubher.
The Melbourne based band had success with their punk singles T-Shirt, Headache and even had UK airplay from BBC disc jockey Johny Peel with the song Johnny Peel Is Dead.
Jane made the announcement on her official instagram saying; “My band Rubher are reforming for a one-off show with our mates @themavissofficial at The Prince May 11th! Just for fun. Getting the band and dear friends together again!”
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Rubher disbanded in 1995 as Jane’s journalism career took off, which worked out well for us!
The band had 2 EP's, 10 tours and supported Brit pop band Elastica- what a ride!
Rubher will be joining The Mavis’s as they celebrate the 20th anniversary of their chart hitting record Pink Pills.
Catch Rubher support The Mavis’s at The Prince Bandroom 11th May.