Tommy Stinson, founding member of The Replacements, returns to St. Pete Shuffleboard Club

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There isn’t a lot of rock and roll Tommy Stinson hasn’t touched. From his time with the bands he’s founded—The Replacements, Bash & Pop, Perfect—to stints in Guns N’ Roses, The Old 97’s and Moth, the 57-year-old is straight royalty that’s influenced artists from every corner of the globe.

While he is currently doing his version of Americana with Chip Roberts in Cowboys in the Campfire, Stinson’s January dates are solo affairs that culminate with sets at Florida’s famed 30A Songwriters Festival (Elvis Costello and Chuck Prophet, who’re also in the Bay area on Jan. 11, play 30A, too).

On the way up to the Panhandle, Stinson squeezes in an intimate set at St. Pete’s Shuffleboard Club where Karla Rose and Diane Gentile open.

Tickets to see Tommy Stinson play St. Petersburg Shuffleboard Club on Thursday, Jan. 11 are still available and start at $25.[/vc_column_text][vc_video link=”https://youtu.be/tYxaG628rUE?si=7zi34k4l5C1yi5wE” css=”.vc_custom_1704744973187{padding-top: 23px !important;}”][/vc_column][/vc_row]