Keith Spera’s Sound Check: Bela Fleck, Jeezy, Tommy Stinson and more music for March 15-21, 2018

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Tommy Stinson and Chip Roberts

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Tommy Stinson & Chip Roberts’ Cowboys in the Campfire

10 p.m. Friday, Siberia Lounge (2227 St. Claude Ave.), tickets at the door

Tommy Stinson earned his rock ‘n’ roll bona fides as the bassist in the Replacements, the scrappy Minneapolis quartet that blazed a boozy trail in the ‘80s as a garage band with a finely honed pop sense. He also served a stint as bassist and musical director for Guns ‘N Roses, before singer Axl Rose reunited with original bassist Duff McKagan. On New Year’s Eve, Stinson joined Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong, the E Street Band’s Steven Van Zandt and Blondie’s Clem Burke for an all-star version of the Replacements’ “Color Me Impressed” at a bar in Manhattan. Stinson is far less loud in his country-minded acoustic collaboration with guitarist Chip Roberts, a project they call Cowboys in the Campfire. They’ll hold court at Siberia on Friday.

 

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