Waratahs prop Harry Johnson-Holmes might just get the band back together for the NSW's 2019 Super Rugby clash in Newcastle against the Sunwolves.
Johnson-Holmes was on hand in Newcastle as the Waratahs unveiled their latest 2019 venue, McDonald Jones Stadium.
Had he not risen up the rugby ranks, Newcastle product Johnson-Holmes could be pursuing a musical career and he joked they could have a reunion in their home town.
While the Wallabies have taken training camps to Newcastle and the Hunter in recent years, this will be the first Super Rugby game in the region as the Waratahs spread their wings with the refurbishment of Allianz Stadium.
NSW has already announced four of its home games for 2019, with three at the new Western Sydney Stadium and one at Manly's Brookvale Oval.
NSW Rugby and Waratahs CEO Andrew Hore had promised more games in regional areas through the Allianz Stadium redevelopment and this ticks that box.
The match could also provide a good test for a big rugby event - McDonald Jones Stadium is slated as the venue for the 2021 Women's Rugby World Cup should Australia win the rights to host when they are handed out next month.
There are still three matches left to be allocated and it would be expected at least one of those is played at the SCG but the rest could go to a range of venues.
Waratahs' 2019 home games
Saturday February 16
Waratahs vs Hurricanes, 7:45pm, Brookvale Oval
Saturday March 9
Waratahs vs Reds, Saturday March 9, 7:45pm, TBC
Saturday March 23
Waratahs vs Crusaders, 7:45pm, TBC
Friday March 29
Waratahs vs Sunwolves, 7:45pm, Mcdonald Jones Stadium
Saturday April 20
Waratahs vs Rebels, 7:45pm, TBC
Saturday April 27
Waratahs vs Sharks, 7:45pm, Western Sydney Stadium
Saturday May 25
Waratahs vs Jaguares, 7:45pm, Western Sydney Stadium
Saturday June 8
Waratahs vs Brumbies, 7:45pm, Western Sydney Stadium