NashvilleScene.com: Critics’ Pick Bash & Pop

 

Originally Published on: nashvillescene.com
By SABY REYES-KULKARNI

Far too often, there’s a fine line between workmanlike and dull, but that is most certainly not the case with Replacements bassist Tommy Stinson. In fact, you’d be hard-pressed to find a more energetic brand of hard-charging, meat-and-potatoes rock ’n’ roll than what Stinson delivers with the new incarnation of Bash & Pop. Stinson didn’t achieve the band chemistry he was striving for when he first formed Bash & Pop in 1992 after The Replacements’ (first) demise, but this time, the 50-year-old spark plug hits the bullseye. Stinson’s latest bandmates — Hold Steady gunslinger Steve Selvidge, Mighty Mighty Bosstones drummer Joe Sirois and bassist Justin “Carl” Perkins — match his energy while also keeping him grounded. Even when the music starts to go off the rails, it never quite falls apart — no small feat, especially under the weight of Stinson’s legend. But Bash & Pop makes it look easy, both shrugging off and honoring the past with irresistible verve.

Win tickets to BrooklynVegan presented Bash & Pop show in NYC 5-18 at the Bell House

 

Originally Published on: brooklynvegan.com
Tommy Stinson‘s post-Replacements band BASH & POP began their BrooklynVegan-presented tour earlier this week, in support of their first album in 25 years, Anything Could Happen (on Fat Possum Records).

The tour lands in NYC on Thursday (5/18) at The Bell House. That show will be opened by Sebadoh’s Jason Loewenstein (and his band) and Bird of Youth, plus Maggie Vail (of Bangs and Hurry Up, sister of Bikini Kill’s Tobi Vail) as the DJ for the evening under the name DJ Magic Beans.

Interview with do617.com

 

Originally published on: do617.com

Tommy Stinson (The Replacements, Guns N’ Roses) joined Tim Gagnon (Allston Pudding) for an extended interview on politics, jamming with Tim Kaine and his newly resurrected band Bash and Pop who play Middle East Downstairs on Tuesday with special guests Goddamn Draculas and Me in Capris.

BASH & POP: MAY 2017 US TOUR

 

5/16 – Cambridge MA at Middle East
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5/18 – Brooklyn NY at Bell House
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5/19 – Washington DC at Songbryd
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5/20 – Richmond VA at The Camel
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5/22 – Orlando FL at The Social
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5/23 – Atlanta GA at The Earl
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5/24 – Nashville TN at The High Watt
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5/25 – Memphis TN Hi-Tone Café
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5/26 – Dallas TX at Club Dada
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5/27 – Austin TX at Barracuda
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apessimistisneverdisappointed.com

Orginially posted on apessimistisneverdisappointed.com Thursday, January 19, 2017   On The Rocks: A Look At The Brash New Album From Bash And Pop (Tommy Stinson Of The Replacements) I simply cannot resist sharing a Tommy Stinson anecdote on the occasion of the release of the fab new Bash and Pop album, the sharp and blistering…

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Bash & Pop: Anything Could Happen Written By Hal Horowitz // January 18, 2017 There wasn’t much that screamed “instant classic” back in 1992 when ex-Replacement Tommy Stinson unleashed his appropriately named Bash & Pop band’s debut Friday Night is Killing Me. The solid batch of ragged rockers mixed the Replacements’ wiry attitude with a…