With The Replacements’ reunion having run its course, Tommy Stinson turned his attention to reviving his old band Bash & Pop, delivering a very belated sophomore record, Anything Could Happen, in January — nearly 25 years after its predecessor, Friday Night is Killing Me.
Stinson & Co. — he’s joined by lead guitarist Steve “The Sleeve” Selvidge (The Hold Steady), Joe “The Kid” Sirois (Mighty Mighty BossTones) on drums and Justin “Carl” Perkins (Screeching Weasel) on bass guitar — will now follow up initial March dates with a new run of May concerts, opening May 16 in Boston.
See full dates below.
Bash & Pop tour dates:
May 16: Middle East Downstairs, Boston, MA
May 18: The Bell House, Brooklyn, NY
May 19: Songbyrd, Washington, D.C.
May 20: The Camel, Richmond VA
May 22: The Social, Orlando, FL
May 23: The Earl, Atlanta, GA
May 24: The High Watt, Nashville, TN
May 26: Club Dada, Dallas, TX
May 27: Barracuda, Austin, TX
PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS
- The Replacements announce 8-disc album collection, edit Rhino Records’ press release
- The Replacements announce 13-date U.S. tour: ‘Back by unpopular demand’
- The Replacements reunion heads to Europe for shows in U.K., Spain, The Netherlands
- The Replacements’ Tommy Stinson finishes second solo album, sets May concerts