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Supersuckers with guest The Short Fuses

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Date:
October 24
Time:
7:00 PM
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Venue

‘Under The Canopy’ at The Hook
3010 Minnehaha Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55406 United States
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Supersuckers

with with The Short Fuses, Ron Gator
+ DJ Lori Barbero / DJ Truckstache Spinning Vinyl  

Sunday, October 24

Under The Canopy
at The Hook and Ladder Theater

Doors/DJ 6:00pm :: Music 7:00pm :: 21+
$20 ADV / $25 DOS – General Admission
* Does not include fees
RAIN or SHINE
BUY TICKETS *** All Hook and Ladder Theater performances will require guests show proof of full Covid-19 vaccination for entry.***
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Supersuckers are an American rock band, formed in 1988, whose music ranges from alternative rock to country rock to cowpunk. AllMusic describes the band as “the bastard sons of Foghat, AC/DC, and ZZ Top after being weaned on punk rock, unafraid of massive guitar riffs, outsized personalities, or pledging allegiance to sex, weed, and Satan with a wink and a nudge.” Bassist/singer Eddie Spaghetti leads the band and is its only constant member. Their current lineup also includes guitarist Marty Chandler and drummer Christopher von Streicher. Their most recent album, Play That Rock N’ Roll, was released in February 2020.

The Short Fuses are loud, soulful rock’n’roll from the wrong side of the tracks. Blondie, MC5 and Motorhead in a blender. Originally formed in 1997 by core members, Travis Ramin, Justin Staggs and Miss Georgia Peach, they have records released on Sympathy For The Record Industry, Rum Bar Records and more

Rod Gator (FKA Rod Melancon) Hails from the farmlands of Louisiana, and sings with a cool, unhurried swagger.

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Food & Beverage
The Hook & Ladder Theater boasts a full bar with exciting signature summer drinks, ice cold Summit Brewing beer and has also partnered with food vendors to present an exciting summer menu along with a number of scheduled ‘pop-up’ chef appearances. Make it dinner and a show Under the Canopy!


This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a Minnesota State Arts Board Operating Support grant, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.