When Coachella released the lineup for this year’s festie, many music fans had their hopes set on a seeing the name Pavement grace the artist roster after hearing Scott “Spiral Stairs” Kannberg comments earlier this year. While the return of the seminal ’90s indie-rock band may not be on the immediate horizon, four of the five members did take the stage together this past weekend at the 5 Spot in Nashville, TN for an impromptu reunion of sorts at the wedding reception party for former percussionist Bob Nastanovich.
Stephen Malkmus took the stage first, where he performed Redbone’s Come And Get Your Love and the O’Jays’ Love Train with the wedding band that featured members of the Silver Jews. The former Pavement front man was then joined by old bandmates Steve West, Mark Ibold and Nastanovich for a version of FCC Party – a song from West’s band Marble Valley.
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Finally, we’re pleased to announced that HT faves The McLovins will be making their New York City rock club debut this April as the opening act for the Phish tribute band Strange Design. The two bands will team up for a show at Sullivan Hall on Friday, April 10, tickets are currently on-sale for the low price of $12 – we suggest grabbing one sooner rather than later.
McLovins and Strange design at Sullivan Hall???!
Awesome! This will tide me over between Hampton and Jones Beach 🙂
Thanks for the update!
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