Tag: the Replacements

Toad The Wet Sprocket at Notre Dame's LaFortune Ballroom-3/2/92

Toad The Wet Sprocket at Notre Dame's LaFortune Ballroom-3/2/92
We took a trip to Notre Dame to see Toad The Wet Sprocket, in South Bend, Indiana. They performed in a tiny concert hall called LaFortune Ballroom or “Theodores” named for the University President Emeritus Fr. Theodore Hesburgh. The highlight of the night was when Glenn Philips ended “Know Me,” by screaming, “I’m so, I’m... Read more »

10 Things I Never Knew About The Replacements "All Shook Down"

10 Things I Never Knew About The Replacements "All Shook Down"
Last Saturday I woke up with “When It Began” in my head. It would stay there for the majority of an hour, or until I got up, grabbed The Replacements All Shook Down CD, and threw it in my Walkman. I listened to it all the way through, playing “When It Began” three extra times before... Read more »

Bash & Pop's One & Only Album

Bash & Pop's One & Only Album
Following the breakup of the Replacements in 1991, bass player Tommy Stinson formed a band with a few of the remaining members and called it Bash & Pop. Friday Night Is Killing Me, released in 1993, was the only studio album they recorded.  But, it’s definitely a gem worth hunting down, especially if you like... Read more »
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