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Soul asylum (chapter 3) 

I got home and in Keith’s case his home tonight because he is way to drunk to go home to his girlfriend Kelly, she never likes to see him drunk because she has her life in ‘order’ and anything that is dissatisfied by her she’ll make Keith pay. 1,542 more words

Soul asylum (chapter 2)

She was there, sitting alone and looking up. It was night time and we were at some sort of party, it was all white. She was dressed in white, and I was dressed in black. 1,561 more words

Bun E. Carlos on His Solo Album, Cheap Trick’s Reunion Chances

By Brian Ives 

Former Cheap Trick drummer Bun E. Carlos has just released his debut solo album,  Greetings From Bunezuela! It’s a garage rock tribute that he recorded with a little help from his friends: Dave Pirner of Soul Asylum sings Bob Dylan’s “It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry,” John Stirratt of Wilco sings the Who’s “Armenia City in the Sky” and the members of Hanson are a cover of Paul Revere & the Raiders’ “Him or Me.” 1,091 more words

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WIN FREE TICKETS: See The English Beat and Soul Asylum @ The Trocadero on July 2.

Pop/ska/reggae/rock legends The English Beat will perform at The Trocadero on Saturday, July 2 and we’re giving away tickets. Soul Asylum, another great band from back in the day, will open. 49 more words


Cover Me Cross-Post: In The Spotlight--Golden Smog

Here’s my latest Cover Me piece, on the so-called alt-country supergroup, Golden Smog, featuring members of The Jayhawks, Wilco, Soul Asylum, The Replacements, Big Star and others.


On May 12, 1998.

On May 12, 1998, “Columbia” label released “Candy from a Stranger”, the eight Soul Asylum’s studio album. It was recorded 1997 – 1998, and was produced by Chris Kimsey. 67 more words

Soul Asylum Announce Summer Tour Dates

By Radio.com Staff

Soul Asylum will hit the road this summer.

The band is touring in support of its newest album Change of Fortune which was released in March. 150 more words