The Adarna performing at Rocklahoma 2017
|Also known as||Adarna|
|Origin||Seattle, Washington, U.S.|
|Genres||Rock, Hard Rock, Jet City Rock|
|Labels||Independent, Soundgate Records|
|Associated acts||The Slants, Veritas, Liquorbox|
|Members||William Perry Moore- Lead Vocals, Guitar|
Andreka Jasek - Lead Guitar
Oliver Spencer - Bass, Vocals
Murdock - Drums
|Past members||Jeremiah Hazel (bass)|
The Adarna are an American band formed in Seattle, Washington in 2010. They are the first band that coined their genre of "Jet City Rock". The band derives their name from the Filipino story of Ibong Adarna. The group was founded by lead singer William Perry Moore, lead guitarist Andreka Jasek, bassist Jeremiah Hazel, and drummer Murdock.
In December 2015, The Adarna went overseas to entertain the US troops stationed in the Middle East and Southwest Asia which was sponsored by Armed Forces Entertainment. The Adarna performed at Rocklahoma 2017 alongside headliners Red Sun Rising, Fuel, Zakk Wylde, and Stone Sour. In May 2018, they appeared at Bratfest alongside Winger, Voodoo Fix, Shallow Side, and Bobaflex.
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