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Tommy Stinson Reforms Bash & Pop, Signs To Fat Possum

After the Replacements’ first break-up in 1991, bassist Tommy Stinson formed Bash & Pop and released one album, 1993’s Friday Night Is Killing Me. In the years since, he’s put out two solo albums under his own name — 2004’s Village Gorilla Head and 2011’s One Man Mutiny — and is now returning to the […]
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