Published Dec 06, 2019Having recently wrapped a tour of Spain, Tommy Stinson is now set to play three dates in Canada this weekend.
The Replacements bassist will begin his short December run this evening in Montreal, performing as part of "Montreal Calling," a celebration of the Clash's iconic album London Calling that also features Alejandro Escovedo, Howard Bilerman, Arcade Fire's Tim Kingsbury, Dan Boeckner (Wolf Parade, Operators) and more.
Stinson will then play Toronto's Bovine Sex Club on December 7 alongside Chuck Coles (Creepshow, Organ Thieves), Chicago's Dashdown and Stuck Out Here's Cam Laurie. From there, Stinson will take the stage at Hamilton's This Ain't Hollywood the following night (December 8), performing alongside Killboys and DJ Gunner.
The trek is rounded out by four dates in upstate New York. You can find Stinson's full itinerary below.
Stinson's most recent release was 2017's Anything Could Happen with Bash & Pop. His last solo album was 2011's One Man Mutiny.
12/06 Montreal - QC - Corona Theater (Montreal Calling)
12/07 Toronto, ON - The Bovine Sex Club
12/08 Hamilton, ON - This Ain't Hollywood
12/10 Hamburg, NY - Living Room (sold out)
12/11 Rochester, NY - Bop Shop
12/12 Syracuse, NY - Wildflowers Armory
12/13 Burdett, NY - Barry Family Cellars