Join us this Sunday, November 12th as we welcome Detroit alt-rock legend Tyson Meade to Culture Clash!
Tyson Meade, the enigmatic and legendary frontman of 90s stalwarts the Chainsaw Kittens and Defenestration is back, this time releasing his fourth solo album on Detroit's Jett Plastic Recordings, Robbing The Nuclear Family. Cited as an influence of Kurt Cobain, Billy Corgan and The Flaming Lips, Meade founded the Chainsaw Kittens in 1989, soon getting signed to Atlantic Records for their critically acclaimed album Pop Heiress (1994). Now, with the help of his friends in the Flaming Lips, Meade has recorded an album with all of the integrity of his earlier rock work with further touches of glam and electronica.
Supporting Tyson and his band on the bill will be Toledo's own Dooley Wilson. A one time member of Henry and June and Boogaloosa Prayer, Dooley has built a stellar reputation locally and regionally on his faithful roots blues and slide guitar work.
As always, the show is FREE, BYOB, and DONATIONS ARE HIGHLY ENCOURAGED. Be sure to stow away a little extra in the pocket for awesome merch!