A all day music event on the Mississippi to help raise money for The Muscatine Domestic Violence Shelter of MCSA . NO BOOZE ALLOWED!!! (There are bars across the street) There will be 2 stages on either up on the venue to cut down on time between bands. CONFIRMED BANDS AND ARTISTS (in no particular order) .... HeavyWeight Still Standing In the Mouth of Radness Wax Moth Battle Red Calm Is Key Those Dirty Thieves Chase John SyWassink Jessica Ann- Marie Rotary Club BareBones Cut The Tongue Exit, Emergency RM-212 Straight Up Dividing the Masses A Casual Affair Russian Taxi Driver MUCH MORE TO COME!!!!!
I Cry Wolfe's Fall Well Show. Will be our final show. The band will be parting ways to pursue other projects and goals. While this is the last show, it's sure to be an incredible celebration! With an incredible line up of bands!
Wolfpack stage @ 319 Fest! A Casual Affair I Cry Wolfe La Bella Charade and many more!
Nutty Booking Presents: Saturday, March 30, 2013 A Causal Affair http://www.facebook.com/acasualaffair Farewell Mackenzie https://www.facebook.com/pages/Farewell-Mackenzie/245219625518068?fref=ts Coiltap http://www.facebook.com/coiltap From Hated To Heroes http://www.facebook.com/fromhatedtoheroesofficial @ The 167 167 Jacolyn Drive NW Cedar Rapids, Iowa Doors: 6:30 Show: 7:00 Admission: $5
Sounds Like: Stray From The Path, Norma Jean, Every Time I Die, The Chariot, Dead and Divine
Bio: A Casual Affair is; Drew Wood (Vocals), Jeremy Coleson (Guitar), Sean Prior (Guitar), Colton Cihla (Bass) and Tyler Coleson (Drums).
Formed in the fall of 2009, the Coleson brothers recruited Sean, Colton, and original vocalist Dane Larson. They began to build a strong local fanbase in the Cedar...See Full Bio
“But also present in this young band’s sound is the heaviness of modern metalcore. A lot of this has to do with the presence of the drumwork. Look at the beginning of tracks like “Queen’s Own Battalion” and “There’s No Fear Left in Anyone’s Eyes”. Each song diverges from the 30 second mark, but they both start with some well-placed rolls and double bass work to bring the heavy.”