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Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Tindersticks to Make Rare(ish) Concert Appearance in March

Posted By on Wed, Jan 28, 2009 at 1:02 PM

click to enlarge RICHARD DUMAS
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Nineties-born forebears to much of today's orchestral, literate indie-pop, Britain's Tindersticks will be touring in support of last year's album, The Hungry Saw. That disc was released by Montreal's Constellation Records -- home to Godspeeed You Black Emperor, Silver Mt. Zion, etc. -- so that should tell newbies a little something about Tindersticks' prevalence for poetic lyricism and varied instrumentation. The upcoming North American tour is the band's first in over a half-decade and the San Francisco show goes down Sunday, March 15, at the Great American Music Hall; visit the GAMH website for your $28 ticketing needs. -- John Graham

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