Way back in 1992, Replacements bassist Tommy Stinson formed the thrashy garage pop band Bash & Pop in the wake of the Replacements’ break-up. The band issued an acclaimed debut, Friday Night is Killing Me, and toured in support of it. Now, decades later, Stinson has returned to Bash & Pop and released the follow-up record, Anything Could Happen. He and the band — lead guitarist Steve “The Sleeve” Selvidge (The Hold Steady), Joe “The Kid” Sirois (Mighty Mighty BossTones) on drums and Justin “Carl” Perkins on bass guitar — will hit the road in support of the disc. Their show tonight at Now That's Class represents their first gig in town in decades. (Niesel) $15 ADV, $18 DOS
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