Tommy Stinson is set to play an intimate club show in Poughkeepsie.

Tommy Stinson gained notoriety as bassist for The Replacements in the 1980’s. The Replacements formed in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in 1979. Initially a punk band, they were one of the main pioneers of alternative rock. The band consisted of Stinson on bass, his half-brother Bob Stinson on guitar, guitarist/vocalist Paul Westerberg, and drummer Chris Mars. The group disbanded in 1991 and reunited for some time in 2012.

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The Replacements' music was influenced by artists like the Rolling Stones, Faces, Slade, Lou Reed, the Beatles, Creedence Clearwater Revival, and Bob Dylan along with punk rock bands including the Ramones, New York Dolls, Buzzcocks, the Damned and the Sex Pistols. In addition to a solo career,  Tommy Stinson also had an alternative rock band called Bash & Pop, he has also played with Soul Asylum and was a member of Guns N’ Roses from 1998 until 2016. He appeared on the 2008 album Chinese Democracy along with the live 2014 DVD release Appetite for Democracy 3D. 

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Tommy Stinson to Play Intimate Show at Shamrock Club in Poughkeepsie

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The Shamrock Club is a social club located at 76 Delafield St. in Poughkeepsie, NY. Founded in 1947, it consists of 100 members and the club can be rented out for special events. Tommy Stinson solo will play the Shamrock Club with special guest Diane Gentile on Saturday night, March 30. Doors at 6pm, music starts at 6:30pm. Show is all ages. Tickets start at $28 and there are also other price levels including a special "Hang with Tommy" meet and greet package. Get tickets and can more info here.

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Don't miss this intimate show and rare Poughkeepsie area appearance from rock legend Tommy Stinson at The Shamrock Club!

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