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Kara has an eclectic variety of art available in Three Trails Trading Post along with an array of items for Boy Scouts. Various classes are offered at Three Trails Trading Post so you can learn to make glass beads, marbles or learn to bead.
I love going in the shop because each time I go in I see things I didn't see the last time I was there.
I love shopping at Three Trails Trading Post. You get the customer service you can only expect at a small local owned business.See MoreRead Less
Jessica White is one of the sexiest, most creative bassists I've ever seen. I have known her since her first show in Kansas City and have seen her perform at many shows. She continuously "ups her game" and makes every show better than the last. It's amazing watching this sexy little red head work the crowd from the stage and when she gets down in the crowd playing her bass among them they go wild. She is the complete package...talented musician, very savvy in the music business, nicest person you would ever want to meet. Jessica is also a talented photographer with a keen eye for great shots. She took pictures for the band Hellevate. They used many of her shots in their promotional material. I strongly recommend Jessica White!See MoreRead Less
Doug Williams, supports his local Kansas City Metal Scene. His professional atitude dedication and drive, only part of his sorcery. WICKED AWESOME MUTHER FUK'CAN BASSIST.
Professional Experienced "Session Bassist" for Vader.
"Session Bassist" for- Reign of Vengeance.
Former Bassist for- Prodigal Son.
Former Bassist for- Mooncalf.
Former Bassist for- Primortal.
Former Bassist for Cephalic Carnage.
Former Bassist for Origin.
Do I need to say more..........See MoreRead Less
I have seen him play with the Collapse Band and he is a very professional guitarist. He also inter acts well with the audience.
She's hands on, very talented, intelligent.
Ronnie Smith is a God among men! He commands the stage, getting everyone involved in his music. He puts on a fun and energetic performance. He's a huge supporter of local music and local musicians. He said it would be fun to just play a festival with local musicians and no expectations for anything but a good time. A few months later, Collapsefest was born. Personally, he is one of the nicest people I've ever met. He is married to a wonderful lady, Julie Anne Abbott-Smith and together, they make a tremendous team. Kansas City is lucky to have Ronnie Smith.See MoreRead Less
Fair in all business dealings. Pleasure to work with.