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…Details
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…Details
Originally posted on aquariumdrunkard.com 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…Details
From: Rollingstone.com By Daniel Kreps In September, Replacements and Guns N’ Roses bassist Tommy Stinson revealed that he had revived his Bash & Pop project for their first new album since 1993. Stinson has now unleashed “On the Rocks,” the brash first single from that upcoming LP Anything Could Happen, in the form of a…Details
From austin360.com by Peter Blackstock
Former Replacements/ Guns N’ Roses bassist Tommy Stinson’s short-lived but reunited Bash & Pop and 1990s Austin power-pop hitmakers Fastball are among nearly 150 new additions to the lineup of the 31st annual South by Southwest Music Festival, which is set for March 13-19, 2017.
Jesse Malin originals and The Rolling Stones’ “Goats Head Soup” with all-star line-up! *All Proceeds Benefit The Natty B. Positive Panther wheelchair fund! 12/10 – The Bowery Ballroom – NY, NY TICKETS: http://ticketf.ly/2d9lmXg w/ Tommy Stinson’s Campfire Cowboys, Don DiLego & The Touristas, Walter Schreifels, Tad Kubler (The Hold Steady), Richard Bacchus & more…Details
Photo by Ben Kaye From: consequenceofsound.net by Collin Brennan on September 22, 2016, 10:50am Bassist Tommy Stinson formed his Bash & Pop project in the wake of The Replacements’ 1991 breakup. The band released only one album, 1993’s Friday Night Is Killing Me, before Stinson moved on to focus on other projects, including two solo…Details