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One of indie rock’s most prominent bands, Sebadoh have been active for decades now. Their concerts are known to attract thousands on a yearly basis. With a career that has been going strong for twenty seven years now, Sebadoh’s concerts are among the most anticipated indie rock events of the season. Those who have been looking forward to attending one of their next concerts should know that the wait is over as the band heads to perform at a string of events. Purchase Sebadoh tickets today to watch them perform at San Francisco, Salt Lake City, Phoenix or San Diego.
Hailing from Westfield, Massachusetts, Sebadoh was formed back in 1986 by Lou Barlow. Prior to forming the indie rock ensemble, Barlow was a member of the alternative band Dinosaur Jr., during the eighties. Barlow contributed to the band by playing bass and writing songs. However most of Barlow’s material was overshadowed by J Mascis, the founder of “Dinosaur Jr.”. As a result, Barlow spent a majority of his time recording his own songs at home with the help of fellow artist, Eric Gaffney. The first demo recorded by the two at Barlow’s home was a cassette named “Weed Forestin’” that was released via Homestead Records in 1987. Naming themselves Sebadoh, the two artists came forth with another cassette release in 1988 called “The Freed Man”.
The president of Homestead Records approached Barlow and Gaffney after listening to the cassette and decided to produce a full-length album in the following year. With the release of the album, Barlow was seen freeing himself from the alternative band “Dinosaur Jr.”. In the same year, Sebadoh recruited its third member, Jason Loewenstein who played with the group on its 1991 single release “Gimme Indie Rock” of 1991. An album release shortly followed this single. This was the group’s third album and it was called “Sebadoh III”. With these releases Sebadoh embarked on a touring show with Firehouse that lasted throughout 1991.
The following year the band signed deals with Sub Pop Records in America, City Slang Records in Germany and Domino Records in UK. Working with these recording giants, the three group members came forth with two EP discs named “Sebadoh vs. Helmet” and “Rocking the Forest”. The year 1993 saw another studio release, the group’s fourth album, “Bubble and Scrape”. After the album came out, Gaffney left the band to pursue a solo career and he was replaced by Bob Fray who worked with Barlow and Loewenstein on two records. He was fired after the 1996 release “Harmacy” and Russ Pollard joined the group. Sebadoh worked on their final album in 1999 named “The Sebadoh” before going on hiatus to work on new projects.
Even though the members haven’t worked on any new material, they have been performing ceaselessly over the years. In 2007, Sebadoh was seen reuniting its classic lineup that consisted of Gaffney, Barlow and Loewenstein. The touring continued throughout 2008 as well and Sebadoh was also seen performing tracks from “Bubble and Scrape” at the All Tomorrow’s Parties in London. In 2011, the indie group announced to hold a series of concerts to support the reissues of albums, “Harmacy” and “Bakesale”. At these concerts Gaffney’s place was taken on by drummer Bob D’Amico, who still continues to play with the band. In 2012, Sebadoh came forth with a “Secret EP” that was only available for digital downloading. The group then announced that physical copies of the EP would be for sale at their upcoming tours.
If you are a fan of the eighties band, you now have the chance to watch them perform some of their greatest hits and also get your hands on the “Secret EP”. Purchase Sebadoh tickets now to have a blast!