The Replacements’ 1985 album Tim will receive a 4CD/1LP reissue this fall that will feature a new mix of the record, a bevy of previously unreleased alternate takes and more.
Tag: Tommy Stinson
When Steve Birmingham launched “The Dewey Berger Show” on Minneapolis public-access TV in 1994, he conducted his first sit-down interview with Bob Stinson.
The Replacements’ 1985 album Tim is next in line to be commemorated with a multi-disc box set, Tommy Stinson said in an interview this week.
Tommy Stinson’s long-gestating project Cowboys in the Campfire — a duo with friend Chip Roberts — will release its debut album Wronger this June.
The Replacements are selling red- and green-vinyl pressings of a 2LP set of the band’s first concert in 22 years headlining Riot Fest Toronto in 2013
The Replacements — as they’re wont to do — have been teasing something on social media over the past couple days, tweeting a photo of tape reels on Wednesday and, on Thursday, an image of Paul Westerberg and Tommy Stinson with the date “7/23/19.” Check out the full tracklist right here.
Two years after their reunion fizzled out, The Replacements’ sporadically used Twitter and Facebook accounts recently began teasing… well, something… by sharing photos of the band performing in 1986 — the most recent of which bore the caption “Coming soon.” What’s it all mean?
The Psychedelic Furs will follow up their spring and summer North American dates with Robyn Hitchcock — and concerts in Mexico, South America, Europe and the U.K. — with a just-announced run of 20 dates this fall in the U.S. and Canada. See those new tour dates, and more, here.
We’re thrilled today to debut a new partnership with the “Rockin’ the Suburbs” podcast that will bring exclusive, uncut versions of their interviews with musicians of the ’80s college rock era to Slicing Up Eyeballs. And who better to inaugurate the whole thing than Tommy Stinson of The Replacements.
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.
Finally, a real tour: The Replacements — having performed festival dates and a handful of one-offs since reuniting in 2013 — today announced a 13-date U.S. tour this spring that will find the band performing at theater-sized venues across the country. The U.S. dates will precede the band’s trip to Europe.
Perhaps fittingly, The Replacements capped off last night’s triumphant hometown gig — their first in 23 years, and the band’s first non-festival date since reuniting last summer — with a performance of fan favorite “Unsatisfied,” the first time the Let It Be classic has been dusted off since the ‘Mats got back together.
Finally. It’s taken more than a year, but reunited college-rock icons The Replacements finally will play a hometown gig this September, as the band has been announced to headline the soon-to-be-razed Midway Stadium in St. Paul, marking the first Twin Cities appearance by the ‘Mats since 1991.