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The following is a list of concerts sponsored by Barta Gretek Records and friends. An asterisk designates a non-Barta Gretek band group.

6 October 2007 ShowEdit

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Venue: Montview Park

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One hot October afternoon, The Flesh of Bulls and The Penis He Thought Was His Own were walking down Winding Way, sweating and panting after a long journey. A van teetered past the pair at a lazy pace and Christopher Jacobs and Collin Chess Brother poked their heads out the windows, yelling indecipherable but friendly words. The encounter, however, turned out not-so-friendly as the van rolled past without even the slightest consideration of offering a ride to the struggling wayfarers. Broken, beaten, emotionally drained by the recent death of a friend of theirs on that very stretch of road and alone, the two That's Adultery band group mates looked at eachother with tired eyes and together exclaimed, "Today is the day that we play our first show!" The plans were set, and as soon as they reached The Penis' house they gathered up two acoustic guitars, a puffy green vest, a mic stand for show, a portable keyboard, The Adult and one ignorant, ignorant cowboy and headed to Montview Park. The sloping green hills of the park recalled some verdant caldera, and the band on the precipice of a volatile spout. Flesh fumbled for his words, the songs were awkward, shifty and poorly constructed. The crowd, though, gyrated like magma about to burst from the throat of a mountain. A massive turnout kept the discouraged band playing on, and Christopher Jacobs uncovered a dead rat beneath the piles of ruddy, drying autumn leaves. Hopping down from the metal picnic table in a moment of frenzy and clarity, Flesh of Bulls scooped the dead rat into a styrofoam cup and began chasing crowd members with volatile and intense mannerisms. When the show was over, the band packed up and left, ruminating on what turned out to be but the first of their unprecedented disasters.

13 October 2007 ShowEdit

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Venue: Montview Park

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After the disastrous results from their previous whimsical and poorly-planned show, That's Adultery figured they could puff out their collective chests and recover proudly, if only they had some way to play their beats! A boom box fit their purposes perfectly. And now they had the muddle-headed Old Saint Nick to perform by their side, making them look good by comparison! An extra day or two of preparation was taken by the band, this time they wouldn't fuck up! The morning of the show, Flesh, Cowboy and The Penis endeavored to purchase a mini amp from Guitar Center. They drove to Arden to pick it up, and presumably looked like total faggots while anxiously awaiting their purchase from the lackadaisical employee. On the way back, absolutely terrible traffic delayed the trio for nearly two hours, a serious damper on their practice time. On top of that, their opening act, Reed, was nowhere to be found. The band group did a double-take, and realized that Old Saint Nick was also missing! Crusading to find these lost performers, they traveled to their homes. Reed was apparently busy at a school function, or so said his burly father. Old Saint Nick, on the other hand, had gotten stage fright and had escaped to his local 24 Hour Fitness to work on his musculars. The band group entered the 24 hour fitness after being led their by Old Saint Nick's mother. The beleaguered performer finally appeared at the front desk in a sweaty tanktop, perspiring gallons of water a second. He was quickly ushered into the car and the band group zipped off to Montview park to redeem themselves. The show began with Anus chugging alcohol and smoking weed out of an apple with BriBear as the primary backdrop. The uninterested crowd stared blankly up at the metal picnic table. The graffiti on park property seemed more interesting to the photographer, as she took a picture of the inspiring creed "Masterbate for life." The show was even more disastrous than the one before it, defying all logic and breaking the hearts of That's Adultery's fragile members. There was no dead rat this go-round, no animalistic frenzy, just four dorky boys on a table as the sky grew dark strumming for an audience who had been tuned out from the beginning. Reed showed up halfway through the set, brushing his long, luxurious red hair from his face and ended up headlining instead of opening, playing Bright Eyes covers into the solemn night...

21 December ShowEdit

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Venue: David's Garage

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That's Adultery's first fully electric show was set to be the best yet. DJ Does a Good Job gave permission for the band group to play his garage for crowd's of curious onlookers. The songs were better, the performers more prepared, the shows better planned. What could go wrong? Vindictive young girls inspired the DJ's mom not to let the band play in their garage, and the mother assented. Flesh and The Penis spent the whole day cleaning out The Penis' garage instead of practicing for the show. Old Saint Nick was shaking with jitters and all of the performers were on edge, but still confident in their ability to put on a great show. Old Saint Nick was decked out in his Santa gear and a light and fog show was rigged for the climax of the performance. The audience filed in, once again tuning out at the mere sight of the performers. Alexander Analrape managed to capture the crowd's attention with his bizarre renditions of popular songs and Perforated to a Pulp shocked and confused them into subtle interest. Kill Harbert's debut performance inspired laughter and controversy. Then came That's Adultery's turn. The songs, performers and the show fell flat on its face. Nobody saw the inherent humor in Old Saint Nick in a santa suit, nobody cared the Flesh of Bulls was rapping at them, nobody enjoyed the songs. The light and fog show was poorly synched, ruining the effect entirely and by the end of the performance the crowd was clamoring for relief. Another in a string of disastrous performances that wreaked more harm than good. Perhaps the most disappointing show of all, this one defied all expectations for just how bad a concert can be despite good intentions and belief in the craft.

16 February 2008 ShowEdit

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Venue: Jeff Mangelli's Garage

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  • That's Adultery
  • Kill Harbert

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21 February 2008 ShowEdit

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Venue: Jarod’s House of Endearment

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22 March 2008 ShowEdit

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Venue: Jeff Mangelli's Garage

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  • That's Adultery
  • Knights of the Rhyme Table*
  • Kill Harbert

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24 May 2008 ShowEdit

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Venue: Royer Park

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7 June 2008 ShowEdit

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Venue: Kristin Taylor's Living Room

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1 January 2009 ShowEdit

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Venue: David's Garage

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