by Mint

Calgary-based instrumental rock three-piece Huevos Rancheros are reuniting for a one-off gig in Vancouver. The band will appear on Saturday, April 29th at the Railway Club with Carolyn Mark and the Buttless Chaps. It will be the first time the band has played together since 2000's El Muerte Del Toro on Mint Records. Mint is reporting the reunion will likely be the band's last.

Huevos Rancheros was a three-piece instrumental surf / rockabilly / punk combo lead by guitarist Brent J. Cooper. Cooper later went on to form the Ramblin' Ambassadors, who released Avanti in 2003 via Mint.