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She Said Feck 1 Yr Anniversary w CHIPS + Jerry Faye & Band + Some Dads at The Capital Complex (Fredericton) - Sat Mar 2 2019 at 10:00 pm
· Mar · 2 Sat at The Capital Complex 362 Queen Street Fredericton, NB
Door at 9:00 pm Show at 10:00 pm
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She Said Feck 1 Yr Anniversary at The Capital Complex Sat Mar 2 2019 at 10:00 pm She Said Feck 1 Yr Anniversary w CHIPS + Jerry Faye & Band + Some Dads at The Capital Complex (Fredericton) - Sat Mar 2 2019 at 10:00 pm

Fredericton based Record Label She Said Feck Records celebrates it's first anniversary with a huge party featuring a mix of label artists and their favourite local bands.
"We've always been a big fan of putting artists on bills together who don't necessarily fit together musically. Not only does it draw a diverse crowd but it moves outside of the norm of having 3 similar artists on one bill together and opens people up to bands they may not have gone out to see live before. We're excited to have our labelmates CHIPS and 2 of my favourite local bands Jerry Faye with her new band and local legends Some Dads."

Cathartic and anthemic, CHIPS deliver honest, in-your-face punk rock that recalls the emotional hooks of Taking Back Sunday, the experimentation and honesty of Thrice, and the jovial camaraderie of Blink 182. The band released their debut EP Dingers in 2016, an exercise in heartbreak, confusion, longing, and coming to grips with how life can sometimes start to slip away from you. Now, following the release of the single Modern Days in 2018, the band is gearing up to finish their debut LP this year, and bring their anthemic and saccharine singalongs to crowds all across Canada, one howling chorus of heartache at a time.

Jerry-Faye is a singer-songwriter from Saint John, N.B. She has been playing music festivals all around the Maritimes since she was a young teen. She writes fun, sad and sappy songs that tell stories about her life. In September, she released a live album titled In Sum. It is a "heartfelt collection guided by her distinct voice and subtle acoustic guitar work" (Grid City Magazine).

If you’re at all familiar with the past decade of New Brunswick music there’s a pretty good chance you’ve heard the name Nick Cobham now front-man of Some Dads. Known to many as one of the distinct voices behind the folk inspired music of The Olympic Symphonium, Cobham’s musical lineage follows a curious path through folk, funk, rock and roll and all points in between, with his distinct vocal harmonies and passionate guitar playing crossing boundaries and blending genres. “I’m always interested in music that throws a wrench into predictability,” said Cobham. “I like things that sound normal but when you pick them apart there’s something bigger going on. Whether it’s just adding an extra beat or having a guitar part that’s longer than expected, I really like that stuff. You can still bob your head to it almost on a four-beat, but everything else around it is dancing through different time signatures. I love music that does it.”

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