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Big Mountain thanks fans in Lae

The band performed on Thursday night for the first time in Lae at the Ascots Nightclub and will perform for the second time in Port Moresby at the Lamana Gold Club tomorrow.

The band’s lead vocals Joaquin "Quino" McWhinney said it was great and they loved the fans that showed a lot of support and sang along to the songs.

Quino said the visit to Lae was very eye opening as they come from Southern California where all you see is concrete so coming to see how people deal with the type of environment they live in was very interesting.

Big Mountain set to rock Port Moresby

The band arrived in the country this week and performed on Thursday night for Lae fans at the Ascots Nightclub. They arrived in Moresby from Lae this afternoon.

Big Mountain is known for its cover version of Peter Frampton's "Baby, I Love Your Way," which became a Top 10 hit single in the U.S. in early 1994.

The band is excited to be back in the country after performing for the first time in 2013 and looking forward to performing again on stage in front of the Moresby fans.

Simple Life to perform as opening acts for Big Mountain

Big Mountain will be performing live for the second time in Port Moresby at the Lamana Gold Club this Saturday May 14. Big Mountain first performed in PNG in 2013 at The Gold Club.

Known for hit songs, Can’t Hide, You, Money, Where is the Love and Politician, Simple Life band consists of six members who come from mainly the Southern Region. 

There are lead vocals Rima Setae, Anthony Rake on the keyboards, bass guitarist Andrew Mahuru, lead guitarists Brendan Rageau and Steven Orea, and drummer Jack Los.