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Monday, October 16, 2006

Social D and the Supersuckers: TONIGHT

Social Distortion and The Supersuckers. Tonight. I've been looking forward to this show for months. Social D is my favorite band and after hearing them on Faster Than the World a while back, The Supersuckers have rapidly become another one of my favorites as well, so this is going to be good.

One of my new faves opening for my old fave.

Several months ago, I noticed that Social D was doing a bunch of West Coast shows with the Supersuckers and I imagined how great it would be if they were to both come out to do some East Coast shows too. I tried not to get too hopeful about it because I figured this was probably just a West Coast stint for both bands and the two of them staying together for an East Coast tour would be too good to be true.

None the less, every few weeks I'd check the tour schedule to see if there were any East Coast shows coming up and when I saw there was suddenly a Boston date listed, I bought my ticket that day.

Well today's the day of the show I am stoked because this is going to be great. The only downer is that it's a Monday, but I took tomorrow off. I figured these old bones will need a day to recover and now I don't have to worry about dragging my tired, potentially beat ass into work tomorrow.

How's that for thinkin' ahead?

Now it's time to head out. Maybe I'll see you there... I can't fucking wait for this thing.


(image via Social Distortion.com)

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