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Johnny Switchblade

Johnny Switchblade

Punk / Garage / No Wave Liberty, MO  US
Jackie's Gone Queer
Jackie's Gone Queer
Right to Remain Violent
Right to Remain Violent
I Hate My Job
I Hate My Job
Bad Influence
Bad Influence
Poison My Brain
Poison My Brain


  • Epcov
    Know Your Rights! Released on Jan 22, 2014
  • Singlecover
    Bad Influence - Single Released on Jan 22, 2014
  • 1stdemocov
    The Basement Cut Released on Dec 30, 2012


Johnny Switchblade - Schoolyard Suicide - Black and Gold Tavern 6/17/13



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  • Andrew Janicke (Fan)
    Andrew Janicke
    We have the date confirmed :Aug.31 September Slaughterfest. We all decide set times and band orders. We charge our own door charge rate, and keep 70% after taxes and fees. All ages show. We get to set start and end time for the whole festival. out of 8 so far, which slot would you like?
  • Kansas City Nexus (Fan)
    Kansas City Nexus
    Killer stuff. Reminds me of a mix of Black Flag and The Dead Milkmen with some Jello influences as well. Awesome!!!!
  • OxyKitten (Artist)
    i fucking LOVE you gutter trash bastards


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  • You Should've Been There.
  • Up Front


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Sounds Like: Germs, The Adolescents, The Dead Kennedys, Agent Orange, The Dead Milkmen

Manager: Darryl Gilland

Bio: Johnny Switchblade is a concept, originally named "Jump the Gun". Formed in July 2011 in Liberty, Missouri, this band is the literal definition of a garage band. Starting out, occasional jam sessions were held in a small garage, and this paved the way for what is known today as Johnny Switchblade...See Full Bio

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“From the live performances I have attended up to this point, the band is loose, has a good rapport and sense of humor among themselves and with the audience, and the show is lively and moves right along and keeps the audience interested and engaged. They appear to be developing a growing following in the Kansas City music scene, I would encourage you to check them out at least just once, I think you will enjoy them.”

— Calvin Cotton, High Voltage Rock N Roll Radio Show, KKFI-FM, Kansas City, Heartland Underground

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