Photo By: Heather Mull
Singer, songwriter, sideman, and frontman, Tommy Stinson has assumed many different roles in his remarkable 40-year musical odyssey. A co-founder of Rock & Roll Hall of Fame nominees The Replacements, Stinson started performing with the band at age 12, and saw the group through its epic 11-year run. Following the band’s break-up, Stinson would go on to lead his own critically acclaimed combos Bash & Pop and Perfect. For well over a decade, Stinson also served as the bassist and musical lieutenant to Axl Rose in Guns N’ Roses. In 2017, following a triumphant Replacements reunion, Stinson reformed Bash & Pop, and released the brilliant Anything Could Happen on Fat Possum Records. Currently working on several new recording projects, Stinson will be performing a rare run of solo shows in Europe and the U.S. this fall.