Celebrating 30 years of r 'n' r, Supersuckers will head to Australia in February for select tour stops across the continent.
The band originally forms in Tucson, AZ, later moving to Seattle. The band most recently released Suck It, and frontman Eddie Spaghetti was kind enough to share some memories in a 4-part series of guest columns at SPB called "Remember That One Time?"
SUPERSUCKERS 30TH ANNIVERSARY TOUR
Crown & Anchor, Adelaide
w/ RAT CATCHER, SUNDAY REEDS & MEZZA, ROACH & HOG
Barwon Club Hotel, Geelong
w/ THE GO-SET & SACRAMENTO SCREAMERS
Bendigo Hotel, Collingwood
w/ GRINDHOUSE, COSMIC KAHUNA & BATZ
Lefty's Old Time Music Hall, Brisbane
w/ PORT ROYAL, THE F1-ELEVENS & SOMETHING SOMETHING EXPLOSION
Frankie's Pizza, Sydney (FREE)
w/ Special Guests
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