Veteran rockers, seventh-graders play the Swiss Sunday

Posted by Larry LaRue on October 16, 2013 

Fists of Fire members Josie Trueblood (guitar), Annika Huffines (bass) and James Parrot (drums).

COURTESY OF THE BAND

Most young rock bands last a year or two, though Fists of Fire - a trio of rockers who started a band in third grade - is well into it's fourth year together.

Graduates of Rafe Wadleigh's Rock Camp at Charles Wright Academy, Annika Huffines, James Parrott and Josie Trueblood are making a name for themselves locally.

This Sunday, you can catch them at the Swiss, where three young bands will be playing from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m.

The Swiss, at 1904 Jefferson Avenue, hosts a Puget Sound Music for Youth Association Showcase on the third Sunday of the month.

Stop by, listen to some music, by the kids a sarsaparilla. Or something.

 

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