Philadelphia, PA’s None More Black started out in 2000 as a new project for Jason Shevchuk after the break up of his band Kid Dynamite. Jason worked through multiple line-up changes and periods of hiatus. The band eventually made their way to Fat Wreck Chords before officially calling it quits in 2007. While Shevchuk worked on another project, Lagrecia, it appeared the band was over for good. But in 2008, the group got back together and played The Fest 7. After their show, they surprised everyone by showing up at the Failsafe Records Warehouse show.
February 25, 2009
None More Black – Fail Safe Warehouse Show (The Fest 7)
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