A Band Went On Tour And Claimed To Have A Huge Fanbase, But Then They Performed In Empty Venues

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For many bands in the music industry, an overseas tour is a massive deal. And as Los Angeles-based band Threatin traveled to the United Kingdom to play a number of gigs in November 2018, they may have seemed like a big draw. However, the band then went on to perform to a series of empty venues…

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Threatin are fronted by Jered Threatin, who has been a resident of Los Angeles, California, since 2012. Upon his move to the Golden State, the aspiring star planned to build a band around himself, and to that end he began looking at a number of musicians.

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However, there was a twist. After all, Threatin’s official website grandly describes him as “a singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist” – someone capable of striking out for himself, it seemed. Still, Threatin would explain his reasons for wanting to form a band during an interview in 2013.

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