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The Replacements reunite at Riotfest

Posted by Adam 12  August 26, 2013 03:49 PM

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While the world was staring slack-jawed at the twerking, auto-tuned embarrassment that was the MTV Video Music Awards, we here at RadioBDC were watching our Twitter feed for updates from those lucky enough to be in Toronto to bear witness to The Replacements' reunion set at Riotfest.

One of those lucky ducks was Brad Searles of Bradley's Almanac, the long-running Boston-based music blog. Adam 12 got a hold of him for a first-hand account.

Here's the link to the live recording Brad mentioned, and here's the setlist pic he snapped:


Want more? Click here for a recap from The Current, then check out a decent-quality version of "Alex Chilton" shot by a fan.

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