The Kansas City Bastards music division will be opening for Diamond Head at Harrah’s Voodoo Lounge on November 29th! Tickets are available through the box office or Ticketmaster. Click the poster to visit the Ticketmaster event page for this show.
We’ve been keeping this one under our hats for quite a long time, but the results speak for themselves.
We’re playing Loud and Local 6 on May 25th! Doors open at 6:30pm, and it’s a measly $10 for not one, not two, not three… but SIX bands! Tickets are available through your favorite Bastard, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and we will make arrangements!
Finally, here’s our new song featuring Black Label Society co-founder Phil Ondich on drums and Isaac James axeman Gil Cole doing some guest shredding! If you want to be in the video, leave a comment below!
Have a camera and want to be in a KCB video? Leave a comment here or e-mail email@example.com, and let’s get this party started! We will send you our new track as it is right now and some (very) basic guidelines, then with YOUR help, we will make this the coolest video in the history of Kansas City.
We realize that we haven’t been pimping our actual wares as much as we should, and we’ve also realized through talking to people that they don’t know where to find the album (hint: check your preferred online music service, it’s probably there).
To solve both, you can buy the album or any individual track right here! Not wanting the full experience but don’t know which songs to buy? Preview them by hitting the play button to the left of the song title. Your sales will help fuel our efforts for world domination – doomsday devices don’t come cheap these days, you know.
Some time ago, back in the immediately post-highschool days of L.I.E. ,playing shows, living with our folks, and working jobs only slightly more dead end than our current ones, Tim and I decided to work over his first guitar, a Kramer Stratocaster. The year was 2004, and what follows is a story of ambition, carelessness, and eventual victory.
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It’s the deuce!
We just released an album.
I know, right? We’re musicians? When did this happen?!?
Anyway, check out this promo video we threw together for it, and be sure to click on the links below to buy this!
Buy it on eMusic (yep, whip out those free music download cards you get in every set of crappy headphones, kids!)
Or of course search for it on iTunes or whatever music service you like to use. It’s not up on ALL of the possible digital music services yet, but that’s just because they take varying amounts of time to post new stuff.