Remy Zero announces plans to reunite for four select dates in October to honor the memory of the band’s drummer Gregory Slay, who passed away on New Year’s Day of complications from Cystic Fibrosis. On May 22, 2010 Remy Zero played their first show together in eight years as a tribute to Gregory in New Orleans, the town where he was born. After a moving and cathartic experience and an outpouring from fans, the band decided to reunite for several more one-off shows to further share the spirit of Gregory Slay and his love of performing. To coincide with the upcoming dates, the band has also disclosed that they will be offering at least one new or unreleased song with further details to be announced. Proceeds from the shows and recordings will go to benefit the Honeymoon Trust set up for Gregory’s wife, Tiana Krahn-Slay and their daughter, Honeymoon Slay.
10/7 Dante’s Portland, OR
10/8 Crocodile Cafe Seattle, WA
10/11 Cafe Du Nord San Francisco, CA
10/12 Spaceland Los Angeles, CA