I Mother Earth reunited with original lead vocalist, Edwin Ghazal, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their sophomore double-platinum album “Scenery and Fish.” Distrikt Nightclub was in for a treat as IME played with the same exuberance they did back in 1997. I Mother Earth came onto stage to a crowd already amped up by Oshawa’s The Standstills who recently made a huge impact on Victoria this past summer during their excellent set at Rock the Shores.

The Standstills -Photo By Jon Lake

The Standstills -Photo By Jon Lake

The Standstills -Photo By Jon Lake

The Standstills -Photo By Jon Lake

The Standstills -Photo By Jon Lake

The Standstills -Photo By Jon Lake

The Standstills -Photo By Jon Lake

The Standstills -Photo By Jon Lake

The Standstills -Photo By Jon Lake

The Standstills -Photo By Jon Lake

The Standstills -Photo By Jon Lake

The Standstills -Photo By Jon Lake

The Standstills -Photo By Jon Lake

The Standstills -Photo By Jon Lake

The Standstills -Photo By Jon Lake

I Mother Earth – Photo by Jon Lake

I Mother Earth -Photo By Jon Lake

I Mother Earth – Photo By Jon Lake

I Mother Earth – Photo By Jon Lake

I Mother Earth - Photo By Jon Lake

I Mother Earth – Photo By Jon Lake

I Mother Earth – Photo By Jon Lake

I Mother Earth – Photo By Jon Lake

I Mother Earth – Photo By Jon Lake

I Mother Earth – Photo By Jon Lake

I Mother Earth - Photo By Jon Lake

I Mother Earth – Photo By Jon Lake