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The Avery Wolves

I’m so excited that the Avery wolves now have PJ on drums. He plays fast! Many years of experience in the frantic punk band PJ Franco and the burnouts have turned him into a drum monster. They played with Wolf AD and Green Tara at the hub. They also will play the fair in August. 



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Summer 2011 drawings, Fairbanks Summer Arts Festival, The Wailers, Bill Anshell Trio, Brad Boal, Pretty Birds that Kill, Robin Dale Ford, Pat Fitzgerald, Paige Compton, Saucy Yoda, 907 Britt, New Cut Road, Avery Wolves, Ron Velez, Giacomo Gates, Mike Stevens, Raymond McClane

I found a pile of drawings from Last summer, Sorry it took me so long to post them. In here are drawings from Fairbanks Shakespeare Theatre’s production of Comedy of Errors, bands from the summer Fine  Arts Festival, including the Bill Anshell Trio and Barney McClure, also Pretty Birds that Kill, Avery Wolves, a circus, and the Wailers. Enjoy, all drawings copyright Isaac Paris 2011.

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Willis Fireball, Avery Wolves, Feeding Frenzy, Pretty Birds that Kill

Willis played with John Keech and Caressa at a house party in Fairbanks last week. It was a fantastic show, he played his originals, songs about traveling, Caressa songs, Mountain Goat songs and even a Muldoonies cover! He hasn’t played in Fairbanks for years and it was a real treat to see him live. He most recent album “Secret Grey City” is a real treat from start to finish. One to listen to as a whole album.

The Avery Wolves are a fantastic Rockabilly band. One thing I love about them is that their drummer plays standing up, and their bass player has made his own bass. They have fantastic fast energetic songs including “Psychobilly Jesus!” I have seen many incarnations of Nathan’s bands before, including “Black Noir,” and “Aces and Eights.” It has always been good but his current incarnation is fantastic and very tattooed.

Feeding Frenzy is Fairbanks’ current Best Band. I said it- they are much adored and rightly so. Acoustic, with hints of bluegrass and Appalachian folk. Its danceable, its sentimental, its very fun and sweet. Ephy plays cello and violin, Rebecca plays the melodica. Daniel Firmin could grab an audiences attention, make everyone shut up and give him their ears.

Pretty Birds that Kill play fun dancey electro party music. They spent a year in Chicago and toured the states and they are back in Alaska. They play at  Trapper Creek Music Fest on August 14.  They performed a live concert at KSUA, and it will be available on the web soon.

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