She Said Feck Records announces anniversary show

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She Said Feck Records will celebrate four years with a tri-city night of indie rock goodness, March 5 at The Cap. 


It’s been four years since Fredericton music enthusiast Kate Butler turned her passion for local music into a business. Since first launching in 2017, She Said Feck Records has become a positive force for artist promotion in the province.

She Said Feck Records currently represents Diner Drugs (Moncton), Sound Drown (Saint John), and Heat $heets and Tortoise The Hare & The Millionaire, both from Fredericton. 

To celebrate four years of doing what she loves, Butler has teamed up with The Cap and FLOURISH to host a tri-city celebration of music and doing what you love. 

Tickets for this show which features Diner Drugs, Heat $heets and Doctor Mother Father are on sale now

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