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The Fraidies

The Fraidies

Rock / Indie / Indie Pop Seattle, WA  US
You've Got a Brand New Calculator
Never Love Again (It's Doubtful)
Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah


  • 2015

    Aug 27

    Seattle, WA, US | 6:30pm

    International Pop Overthrow Festival Day 1: 7:30pm/$10/21+ after 10 Thursday, August 27: $10 7:30 Jesse Boggs 8:15 The Fradies 9:00 Shakedown At The Majestic 9:45 Christa Says Yay 10:30 The Deadset 11:15 The Finger Guns

  • 2015

    Jan 6

    Seattle, WA, US | 8:30pm
  • 2013

    Jan 20

    Seattle, WA, US | 7:00pm

    Cold Comfort opening, with the Sweetlix and the Fraidies following!

  • 2012

    Dec 9

    Seattle, WA, US | 8:00pm
  • 2012

    Aug 1

    Seattle, WA, US | 8:00pm


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  • The Fraidies, Try Again


Sounds Like: Oasis, Dr. Dog, Flaming Lips, The Beatles, Wilco

Bio: The Fraidies is a band composed of new friends, old friends, friends of friends,
and classmates. Jon and Andrew grew up in Moses Lake, Washington.
Jack, Chuck, and David grew up in various Midwestern locales. Though
miles apart, they have a shared history of sitting in basements going
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Jon Fickes


Jack Shriner


Andrew Angell





“Jon Fickes is a talented troubadour: the rusty voice, the sincere delivery, the epic lyrics, piercing harmonica. On a rainy summer night, late slot, no other writer cuts straight into the loneliness of the patrons. Hell, Brooklyn folk god Alex Lowry tips him a Lincoln: "This guy is good...really good, actually." Now, I know everyone's looking for the next Dylan wrapped up in the new sound. It's on nights like this, listening to singers like Fickes, that I wonder what's wrong with the old sound? And I'm not talking old man talk; the 60s came and went years before I was born. But I'm an aspiring scholar of music and have enough of those old records to know that kicking out the picking isn't as easy at it seems. Fickes understands the form and executes it effectively. He strikes me as a songwriter in Act I. His material is always moving and often sounds like it's being channeled from old folk standards. I'm excited to hear Act II. Epic song-writing mofo, he is.”

— Jezebelmusic.com

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