I knew about the Burden Brothers because of my love of the Toadies. Burden Brothers debut album Buried In Your Black Heart was released in November of the previous year. It is not very often I go to a concert to see the opening band and could less about the headliner but this was one such occasion. Cane’s was a intimate venue right on the boardwalk in Mission Beach with hardwood floors (it caught fire, shut down and has since been rebranded). Burden Brothers played the entire album and tore through a cover of AC/DC’s “Walk All Over You,” which re-ignited my love of Bon Scott era AC/DC. I remember thinking drummer Taz Bentley was too large of a man to be behind the drum kit but he rocked. Seven Mary Three came out and that was my cue to bail.