Travis Barker joined The Fever onstage at The Roxy

by | Sep 1, 2017

We’ve been talking a lot about The Fever, the band that features current & former members of letlive., The Chariot and Night Verses. Last night they performed their first venue show at the Roxy. Wait ’til you see this footage.

The band took the stage for the first time ever — not including their unauthorized debut performance outside Randy’s Donuts in LA — and were joined onstage by a special guest: Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker.

Travis took over drum duties for a performance of their single “Hunting Season.” You can check out that footage below.

Last night marked the first “official” performance of The Fever, which includes letlive. frontman Jason Aalon Butler, ex-The Chariot guitarist Stephen Harrison, and Night Verses drummer Aric Improta.

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