Pardon My Striptease is ending their group career to move onto other projects individually

Last call for Pardon My Striptease

Popular five-piece rock band ending run with a party at Harrison Hot Springs



There are no hard feelings.

No fights, no bitter twists to this ending.

But nevertheless, the end is here. After several years rocking out together, Pardon My Striptease has decided to call it quits.

They announced the decision last week through social media, along with the opportunity to see them one last time. Their final show will be in Harrison Hot Springs on Mar. 2, at the Layback Lounge.

The show is free, but is limited to patrons of legal drinking age.

Andrew Putt, the group’s lead singer, said they chose the Lounge because they haven’t had a chance to perform there yet, but have heard it’s a good venue.

He also underlined that there is no dramatic reason for the band’s closure, just “five good friends ending a chapter of their lives together with one last crazy party!”

PMS has been together for about five years, and include Putt (from Agassiz), Dylan Weightman, Adam Coleman, Brendan Woodruff and Erron Sweeney. Over the years, they’ve made headlines several times, performing at Carnegie Hall, challenging Nickelback to donating cash to Children’s Hospital (which they did), and through their fundraising efforts on behalf of Putt’s daugther, Lilee-Jean.

They have created a video chronicling their musical career together, viewable on their Facebook page.

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