Invisible Bike Band Rocks the Library Halls

invisible bikeInvisible Bike, a Topeka rock ‘n’ roll band, will shake the halls of the library Sunday, Feb. 16 from 3-4pm in Marvin Auditorium. This indie/rock band delivers a homegrown sound that will get your toes tappin’.

Austen Bunyar, guitarist, vocalist and lyricist, is a veteran of the local scene, playing solo and with bands in several genres. Jason Finson, bassist, has a solid history playing with hard rock bands and has recently become a fixture of the local musical theater pits along with Jason Degenhardt, drummer, who besides his extensive theater experience, has played in many working bands. He also teaches percussion lessons and is an adjunct professor of percussion at Washburn University.

Together they make a tight, driving, rock n roll that gives a nod to the classic bands and artists of the genre. Don’t miss your chance to see this band for free before their star rises too high.

This performance is part of the Music for a Sunday Afternoon series.

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