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Nothing Grim about the Preachers


Ready to roll: (from left) Grim Preacher’s original manager Khalid Mahmood, Kamaruddin Abdullah, Eko Muhatma and Nik Azmi are gearing up to entertain the audience with the timeless sounds of 60s and 70s rock tomorrow at Hard Rock Cafe Kuala Lumpur

Ready to roll: (from left) Grim Preacher’s original manager Khalid Mahmood, Kamaruddin Abdullah, Eko Muhatma and Nik Azmi are gearing up to entertain the audience with the timeless sounds of 60s and 70s rock tomorrow at Hard Rock Cafe Kuala Lumpur

It’s more than 40 years ago that Malaysian rock band Grim Preachers signed off at the height of its popularity. Now, the band is out for one more hurrah.

Bass player Kamaruddin Abdullah might not have strapped on a bass guitar for the last 40 years, but he’s raring to go for his former band, Grim Preacher’s Grand Reunion show tomorrow night at Hard Rock Cafe, Kuala Lumpur.

   

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