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Mudhoney Announce A Sole Splendour Sideshow

by Andrew Tijs on May 10, 2012

in Live,News

Grunge pioneers Mudhoney will play a single Splendour In The Grass sideshow in July.

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Mudhoney

From their massively-influential 1988 debut Superfuzz Bigmuff all the way up to their still excellent The Lucky Ones from 2008, Mudhoney put the punk, rock and blues in grunge.

They were out here for Meredith last year and did a sold out sideshow at the Corner, andf they return to the Corner again for their Splendour In The Grass sideshow.

Mark Arm and the boys will play Richmond’s Corner Hotel on Friday 27 July. Tickets are on sale now at Ticketscout here.

 

 

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