Offstage With DWP: Q&A with Jason Aalon Butler of Fever 333 & “Long Live The Innocent” Livestream

Re-watch the live stream now at the links below!

View the performance on Facebook HERE

View the performance on Youtube HERE

View the performance on Twitch HERE

While Fever 333 has only been around since 2017, the impact this three-piece band from Inglewood, CA has made on us at DWP, and rock music fans is astounding. While a rock band at its core, Fever 333 transcends genres by mixing rap, hip-hop, and punk. Seeing them live is life-altering, they literally leave it all on the stage and the energy they put out to their fans is beyond dynamic.

Fever 333 has always been a band rooted in activism, tackling issues like race, police brutality, misogyny, immigration, and more. And today’s Q&A is one unlike any others as Gary Spivack of DWP has an open and honest conversation with frontman Jason Aalon Butler about the current state of unrest in the United States.

Not only does the conversation cover social issues, but we also dive into a few big Fever 333 performances and we get an exclusive announcement about a new band member and we get to meet Jason’s son Ivory.

PLUS, after the Q&A stay tuned for an exclusive re-airing of Fever 333’s amazingly poignant live stream, “Long Live The Innocent”.