Tommy Stinson Revives Bash and Pop; Sophomore Album Due in January

Hudson’s own man about town Tommy Stinson – whose musical resume includes membership in both the Replacements and Guns N’ Roses – has revived his post-Mats band Bash and Pop.

The band will be releasing a new album, Anything Could Happen, on the Fat Possum label on Friday, January 20. It will be the first Bash and Pop record since their 1993 debut Friday Night Is Killing Me, which is slated to be re-released on vinyl.

If you’re counting, that’s 24 year between B&P’s debut and their sophomore album…

The upcoming album features contributions from an A-list collection of musicians, including Chip Roberts (one-400’s), Steve Selvidge (the Hold Steady), Luther Dickinson (North Mississippi All-Stars, the Word), Frank Ferrer (Guns N’ Roses), Joe “The Kid” Sirois (the Mighty Mighty Bosstones), Cat Popper (Jack White, Ryan Adams & the Cardinals), Justin “Carl” Perkins (Screeching Weasel), Ryder Cooley (Dust Bowl Faeries) and Tony “Tone Tone” Kieraldo.

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