Netflix' new docu-series delves into the tales behind some of the most infamous moments in musical history.

ReMastered is an eight-part series soon to be streaming on the on-demand service.

The project from award-winning brothers Jeff and Michael Zimbalist uncovers the history behind some of the music industry's most legendary events and figures.

Major milestones in the lives of artists such as Bob Marley, Johnny Cash, and Sam Cooke will be investigated by a whole host of notable directors.

Episodes will begin rolling out monthly, starting this month. March 2019's episode will focus on "The Miami Showband Massacre".

Directed by Stuart Sender, the installment will focus on the killing of three members of The Miami Showband in Northern Ireland in 1975.

The synopsis reads that while on the way home from a gig, the apolitical rock group "fell into the crosshairs of a Protestant unionist paramilitary group that planted explosives on the band's bus when it was stopped at a fake checkpoint.
Scene of the Miami Showband massacre in 1975. Image: Steven Travers.

Scene of the Miami Showband massacre in 1975. Image: Steven Travers.

As the explosives detonated prematurely, and the paramilitary group machine-gunned down the band, three members of the popular cabaret band ( Fran O'Toole, Tony Geraghty, and Brian McCoy) died.  Bassist Stephen Travers survived. 

A major new Netflix series, featuring #JohnnyCash #BobMarley #SamCooke and other iconic musicians will investigate The Miami Showband Massacre during which innocent Catholic and Protestant musicians were slaughtered on their way home from a gig in 1975. https://t.co/qc7pJclH5Q

— Stephen Travers (@MiamiShowband) September 25, 2018
The episode will revolve around Travers' efforts to find justice, and recent discoveries which tie the bombing and attacks to direct orders given by the British government.
The musician spoke to IrishCentral last month about his fears that political strife is imminent in the North.


“People living along the border from both traditions, people who never wanted anything to do with violence or sectarianism, are telling me now that they are beginning to realize that there will be a hard border there unless Britain stays within the customs union,” he said.

Stephen Travers today

Stephen Travers today

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"People can dismiss it as scare-mongering. The reality is one of the great characteristics of politics today is that people can tell lies and that society accepts them. I had a feeling that the arguments put forward by the Brexiteers would resonate. They were looking for scapegoats and they could blame the European Union for all their problems,” he added.

The Miami Showband in the 1970sStephen Travers