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The Church Plugs Back In

10:01 AM Friday 12/17/10 |   |

After touring acoustically in 2010, The Church plugs in its instruments in 2011 for a fully electric tour showcasing three of the band’s classic albums.

Each performance will be a journey through the past, starting with The Church playing its 2009 album, Untitled #23 in its entirety. Second album of the night to get the start-to-finish treatment will be 1992’s Priest-Aura with the band’s 1988 classic, Starfish, wrapping things up.

Where can you see one of the best bands that emerged during those mixed-up, crazy years known as the 1980s? With their Australian Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame membership cards still carrying that fresh ink scent, look for the “Future Past Perfect” tour launching in Los Angeles at the El Rey Theatre Feb. 2, playing San Francisco’s Great American Music Hall Feb. 4 then heading up to the Pacific Northwest for two nights at Seattle’s Triple Door Feb. 7-8.

Other stops include Chicago (Feb. 11), Alexandria, Va. (Feb. 13), Philadelphia (Feb. 15), New York (Feb. 16-17) and Foxboro, Mass. (Feb. 18). For more info, click here for the band’s website and here for the MySpace page.


Comments

  1. josepi wrote:

    10:41 AM, Apr 08, 2011

    Philadelphia Feb 15 2011. Wow this was a new high on my list of ear-tortured evenings. I kinda liked these one-hit wonders  a whole lifetime ago, so I let my girlfriend talk me into going. Marty Willson-Piper is no Roger Mcguin that's for sure. I'm a sound engineer, so I was very bothered by his consistantly out of tune guitars  and atrocious vocals. The band just seemed so out of place. A bunch of sad middle aged has-beens desparetely clinging to that one moment in time where everything "Under the milky way" was in tune with their inflated egos. I tried to like it for my Girlfriend's sake, but even she admitted they just didn't sound all there.



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