It's been awhile since Jeremy Scared performed together in Butte.  A long while.  In fact, Jeremy Scared broke up way before KISS began their farewell tour.  Before there was such thing as a Facebook page.  Hell, there wasn't even a MySpace yet.  Yeah, it's been that long.

Jeremy Scared was the kind of band that you will remember decades later.  They looked different from other Butte bands.  They played different.  You could tell from the first note that the band members are incredibly talented individually, but the way they played as a unit is what set them apart.  Yes, they were really good, but they worked hard at getting really good.  Their covers were more intricate and their originals? Untouchable.  And now, decades later, they will be together again, at least for one night, at the Butte Rock Fest which will invade the Butte Depot outdoor amphitheater on the evening of Saturday, July 1.

The lineup we remember and look forward to will include Tim Sullivan on lead guitar, Paul Decker on drums, Rob "Hurricane" McClain on bass and vocal duties shared by Mike Ott and Ken Rich.  If you are too young to remember or appreciate what these guys can do and have done on a rock and roll stage, you are in for a treat.  Jeremy Scared will close out what will be an incredible night of music as they are scheduled to play from 9:40 to 10:30.

Here is a tentative list of the performers and tentative times.  The Butte Rock Fest is an all-ages show and will be held at the Butte Depot, 818 S. Arizona.   MY FIST YOUR FACE, 5:50PM - 6:20PM;  CHECK ENGINE LIGHT, 6:35PM-7:15PM; KING FRIDAY, 7:30PM-8:20PM;  CRASH BAXTER, 8:35PM-9:25PM;  JEREMY SCARED  9:40PM-10:30PM.

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