Evergreen Terrace 10 Year Anniversary Show
Sat Jan 16th @ Jack Rabbits in Jacksonville, FL
Evergreen Terrace, Stretch Arm Strong, Bane and His Name Was Iron.
7pm / $15 in advance.
Tickets available now: www.jackrabbits.musictoday.com
ET Guitarist Joshua James comments: “The last 10 years have been completely unexpected. We never thought this band would become such a huge part of our lives and we want to thank everyone who has supported us over the years. Please come out Jan 16th to celebrate our 10 year anniversary. This won’t be just another show, it will be a memory for all of us and you as well. Our good friends in Stretch Arm Strong and Bane will be playing along with our friends and upcoming band: His Name Was Iron. Get your tickets today, you don’t want to miss this!”
ET released their latest album Almost Home September 29th on Metal Blade Records.  Info at: http://www.myspace.com/evergreenterrace

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