Tommy Stinson’s rock outfit
The new album, titled Anything Could Happen, will be made available through Fat Possum Record on Jan. 20. For a sample of the Bash & Pop’s sound, check the music video for “On The Rocks” off the new project.
Stinson came to prominence as the bassist for The Replacements and also played with Perfect and Guns N’ Roses. Bash & Pop recorded Friday Night Is Killing Me in 1993 with a largely different lineup. This iteration of the band has Steve Selvidge of The Hold Steady on lead guitar, Joe Sirois of the
You can catch the band in the Midwest and Northeast from Jan. 12 in Minneapolis to Jan. 21 in Allston, Mass.
Here is the full routing for the next few months:
Jan. 12 – Minneapolis, Minn., 7th Street Entry
Jan. 13 – Milwaukee, Wisc., Cactus Club
Jan. 14 – Chicago, Ill., Cobra Lounge
Jan. 15 – Columbus, Ohio, Big Room Bar
Jan. 16 – Cleveland, Ohio, Now That’s Class
Jan. 17 – Philadelphia, Pa., Johnny Brenda’s
Jan. 18 – New York, N.Y., The Mercury Lounge
Jan. 20 – Asbury Park, N.J., The Saint
Jan. 21 – Allston, Mass., Great Scott
Feb. 28 – Seattle, Wash., Chop Suey
March 01 – Portland, Ore., Doug Fir Lounge
March 03 – Sacramento, Calif., Harlow’s Night Club
March 04 – San Jose, Calif., The Ritz
March 05 – San Francisco, Calif., Swedish American Hall
March 07 – West Hollywood, Calif., Troubadour
March 09 – San Diego, Calif., The Casbah
Tickets are on sale now. You can get more information on the band at its Facebook page.
Steven Cohen – Tommy Stinson