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Teenage Fanclub
8:00 PM - 11:59 PM The Bowery Ballroom
Date: March 13, 2019 to March 13, 2019
Where: The Bowery Ballroom, 6 Delancey St., New York, New York, United States, 10002
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Event Type: Concerts & Music
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with The Love Language
The first Teenage Fanclub single, 1990s Everything Flows, was all about getting older and finding your way: Right from the beginning, the Scottish band somehow inherently understood the joy and confusion of forging a creative path. Even with that knowledge, the bands three equally proficient and prodigious songwritersNorman Blake, Raymond McGinley, and Gerard Loveprobably wouldnt have predicted that this path would still be unfolding nearly 30 years later.Steadilyand, if were being honest, sort of slowlyTeenage Fanclub have built an incredible catalog of gleaming pop songs. Its been a relatively straight line in pursuit of pop perfection, from the snarlier early days to the highly vaunted Bandwagonesque to the grand Songs from Northern Britain to their more measured, contemplative latest, 2016s Here. Consistency has been a virtue, never a handicap.They spent a decent chunk of 2018 looking back, something theyre not inclined to do, but duty called: Five classic albums originally released between 1991 through 2000 were remastered at Abbey Road and lovingly reissued, and Teenage Fanclub took that as a challenge to relearn nearly every song from that era and plan a special series of three-night stands in the UK during which to play them.We dont spend a lot of time listening to the things weve done. Actually, we dont spend any time, says McGinley. Sometimes you live with your own imagined version of a song in your head, and what you play is different than the records. Memories can be unreliable. Its an interesting process to be forced to listen to the reality.As a musician you never listen to your own musicits masochistic! laughs Blake. Back at the start I wasnt too clever on the guitar. And you can hear the change in the tone of your voice through aging. We sound like young men on the early records, full of optimism! Lots of these songs we have never, ever played live before. Its exciting.A big plus to relearning the oldies: Theyd have a bigge
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