Tommy Stinson announces debut solo tour ( Australia / May 2020 )

Tommy Stinson assumed many different roles in his remarkable 40-year musical odyssey. Co-founder of The Replacements, Stinson started performing with the band at age 12, and saw the group through its epic 11-year run. For well over a decade, Stinson also served as the bassist with Guns N’ Roses for 17 years.

Tommy Stinson, here photographed with The Replacements at the Portuguese Primavera Sound festival in 2015. At the festival, The Replacements band’s leader, Paul Westerberg announced from the stage, the band’s last final show together. Paul stated that the rest of the band had stayed at their hotel rather than sound checking, calling them “lazy bastards to the end, and smashed his guitar.

In March, Tommy announced his debut solo Australian tour starting in May this year.