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strictlymusic Booking & Managing Group inc. / Ian Burns Presents -Austrailian Rockers OCTOBER RAGE !! They are hitting KansasCity MO on there USA TOUR!! July 12th Opera House KC will be hosting October Rage with Adam Matthew Fetters and Sara Venneman aka " Sara Rose " opeining acousticly. DOORS - 7PM / ADMISSION $10 / 18 + TO ENTER SHOW - 8PM www.ticketfly.com - enter OCTOBER RAGE Sponsored by Jesse James Spirits and Full Throttle Sloonshine - Authentic Tennessee Moonshine! Awesome giveaways from JESSE JAMES AMERICAS OUTLAW WHISKEY and FULL THROTTLE S'LOONSHINE!! Photo's & Video by - Chris Hackett @ You Can't Hackett Productions LLC Advertising by - The All Jacked Up Show Pop up interviews by - Nick Woodward Tatttoo's by - Adornment Tattoo and Piercing / Josh Berry
FREE SHOW AT THE AFTERSHOCK COME ON DOWN AND HAVE A GOOD TIME WITH US ALL!
St. Patricks Day Bash Come rock with us!!!!!
The Guild Sober Overdose Aluna Burning Tide The Yellowbricks The Jesters Adam Matthew Fetters Starts at 4pm $5 cover 21 and over
$5 cover charge for this awesome show. Don't miss out, come and chill out with us. :)
Sounds Like: Pink Floyd, Novembre, Acid Bath, Metallica
Bio: Adam Fetters: I first started out on Piano just fiddling around not really knowing what I was doing at the age of 3. Later on Started playing guitar at the age of 9. I started writing songs instantly mainly instrumentals and Metal. I began writing Poetry around the age of 13 my main influence Edg...See Full Bio
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“Adam started the event off with a great start playing an all original acoustic set. He showed that he has definite talent with his guitar. During his political douche bag song the cords made his hand resemble flipping the middle finger. Even though this was not intentional it kind of added to the performance as a symbol of saying f*** you to the problems within our government. I also have to point out that I loved the transition of playing soft into the more intense playing that comes along with his style.”