Meat Puppets, ‘Ironbound,’ Pirates vs. Nationals
A happening month of hip-hop, blues, and various varieties of rock ‘n’ roll.
Soul Asylum is an innovative alternative rock group that formed in Minneapolis in 1983 and have recorded many memorable songs including “Somebody to Shove,” “Runaway Train” and “Black Gold.” Their most recent album was 2012’s ayed Reaction. Soul Asylum are sharing billing with Phoenix’s Meat Puppets. Many 90’s bands burned hot and faded out. One band that kept going through periods of highs and lows was Meat Puppets, whose heavy but flexible sound has incorporated punk, country, and psycheic rock in their three decades. One of
Soul Asylum and Meat Puppets, Neko Case, Lyndsey Rachel B, Smith & Soul Distribution, Phillies vs. Pirates
A numerous amount of concerts promises to make June a very pleasant month.
For every alt-rock band that scored a multi-platinum album in the ’90s there were ten that never moved beyond the small-club circuit but were nonetheless pioneering, hard-working, and respected by their peers. (This is why Eddie Vedder always name-dropped five other acts in interviews back then.) One such band was Phoenix’s Meat Puppets, whose heavy but flexible sound has incorporated punk, country, and psycheic rock in their three decades. They were so respected by the alt-rock vanguard that Nirvana invited them
Kevin James, Meat Puppets, Georgia Tech vs. Pitt, Act of Pardon