In 1964, they took Boston by surprise. The line of people stretching from Kenmore Square to Fenway Park meant only one thing: It was Remains' night at The Rathskeller. By January 1965, they were signed to a major record label and playing to packed venues throughout New England. By the end of 1965 they had released two singles on Epic Records and performed for 14 million viewers on Ed Sullivan's Christmas Show. In 1966, the band released two more singlesperformed on NBC's 'Hullaballoo' TV show, and garnered the coveted spot as opening act on what became the Beatles' final U.S. tour. The audiences' enthusiastic response to The Remains' performances were echoed by rave reviews in local and national press. Following The Beatle's tour, The Remains completed work on their first and only album for Epic Records and, by the time 'The Remains' was released, the group had disbanded. Now, some three decades later Barry Tashian, Vern Miller, Bill Briggs and Chip Damiani are back. With the release of their new album, 'Movin' On,' and recent sold out performances in Europe and the U.S., The Remains are once again taking the music scene by storm.