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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.



5/16 – Cambridge MA at Middle East

5/18 – Brooklyn NY at Bell House

5/19 – Washington DC at Songbryd

5/20 – Richmond VA at The Camel

5/22 – Orlando FL at The Social

5/23 – Atlanta GA at The Earl

5/24 – Nashville TN at The High Watt

5/25 – Memphis TN Hi-Tone Café

5/26 – Dallas TX at Club Dada

5/27 – Austin TX at Barracuda

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Originally posted on   Bash & Pop :: Anything Could Happen 26 years ago, when the Replacements called it quits the first time, it was hard to know what to expect from any of the individual members. For a brief moment though, it was Tommy Stinson who looked like he might best carry the…