Wednesday, December 27

Sebadoh coming to ATL, April 8


Seminal indie rock act Sebadoh is coming to Atlanta's Variety Playhouse on April 8. They'll have the band's original lineup on board featuring Lou Barlow, Eric Gaffney, and Jason Loewenstein. They're touring to support the reissue of the classic III album (1991), which came out last this year (year ain't over yet, I guess). Tix don't appear to be on sale yet, but I bet they will be soon. Here is the Southern leg of the tour:

04/04 Cat's Cradle, Carrboro, NC
04/06 Headliners, Louisville, KY
04/07 Exit/In, Nashville, TN
04/08 Variety Playhouse, Atlanta, GA
04/09 Beta Bar, Tallahassee, FL
04/10 The Social, Orlando, FL
04/12 TBA, New Orleans, LA

For a complete list of tour dates, see their official site.

In honor of Sebadoh's forthcoming appearance in the ATL, here are a couple tracks from their January 1997 appearance at Atlanta's Criminal Records. Enjoy!

Sebadoh
January 24, 1997
Criminal Records, Atlanta, GA

Not a friend
Magnet's Coil
Two Years Two Days
Homemade
Skull
On Fire
Willing to Wait
The Freed Pig
Sing Something / Plate of Hatred


The entire set is available in a 77mb .zip file courtesy of the band. It loads a little slowly, so be patient.

You can also be Sebadoh's friend on MySpace.

By the way, What We All Want also reports that TV on the Radio will be in Atlanta (also at the VP) on April 13 and Arcade Fire will be here on May 1. I'm not particularly into either band, so this is probably all the coverage they'll get here. Thanks to Austin for breaking the news, and for Alex and OK Productions for continued great work.

Bonus Sebadoh live mp3 courtesy of KVRX:
Sebadoh - I Can't See (live 7-31-2004 on KVRX FM)
Sebadoh - Rebound (live 7-31-2004 on KVRX FM)
Sebadoh - Magnet's Coil (live 7-31-2004 on KVRX FM)

3 Comments:

Blogger Paulie said...

Sweet, now I won't have to travel to SF to see them at the Noise Pop festival in March.

9:03 PM

 
Blogger AmyMeacham said...

Wow, thanks Rich, I've never seen the original lineup!

10:16 PM

 
Anonymous Lillian said...

I was just trying to remember when Sebadoh played at Crim. That was a great in-store. Good times, good times. I can't believe it's almost been ten years since, though. Wow. Old.

11:33 AM

 

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