Bash & Pop, the short-lived post-Replacements band from Tommy Stinson has announced a run of live dates in support of the reformed group's upcoming Anything Could Happen.
Out on Jan. 20 (Fat Possum Records), the new album is their second, with the most recent being 1992's Friday Night Is Killing Me -- which will see a Jan. 24 reissue on both vinyl and deluxe cd (Sire/Respire and Omnivore Recordings, respectively).
The touring line-up will feature lead guitarist Steve “The Sleeve” Selvidge (The Hold Steady), Joe “The Kid” Sirois (Mighty Mighty BossTones) on drums and Justin “Carl” Perkins on bass guitar.
BASH & POP JANUARY DATES
Thu. January 12th - MINNEAPOLIS, MN - 7th Street Entry
Fri. January 13th - MILWAUKEE, WI - Cactus Club
Sat. January 14th - CHICAGO, IL - Cobra Lounge
Sun. January 15th - COLUMBUS, OH - Big Room Bar
Mon. January 16th - CLEVELAND, OH - Now That's Cllass
Tue. January 17th - PHILADELPHIA, PA - Johnny Brenda's
Wed. January 18th - NEW YORK, NY - Mercury Lounge
Fri. January 20th - ASBURY PARK, NJ - The Saint
Sat. January 21st - ALLSTON, MA - Great Scott
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