Authority Zero have been around since 1994. They’re a Mesa, Arizona-based ska/reggae/punk band whose sound has been compared to bands like Bad Religion and Pennywise.
Wednesday night they’re in town to play a show at the Exchange (doors are at 7 p.m., and tickets are $13). Sharing the bill are the Kelowna punk/pop band White Knights Finish Last and two Regina groups Cricket and Tomorrow Starts Today.
To give you a sense of what Authority Zero is like here’s the video for the song “Big Bad World” off their 2010 album Stories of Survival:
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