The Rubberneck 20th Anniversary Tour
with Supersuckers, Battleme
Thursday, April 10, 2014
Doors At 7:00 pm / Show At 8:00 pm
GA $20adv/$22.50dos
KPNT 105.7 The Point "Way Back" Show
All Ages
Small Cameras OK, No Audio, No Video

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Battleme 8-8:30pm
Supersuckers 8:45-9:30pm
Toadies 10-11:30pm
*Set times are approximate and subject to change without notice.

Looking over his shoulder at Rubberneck, the Toadies’ platinum-selling 1994 debut, drummer Mark Reznicek is reflective. “Hard to believe it’s been 20 years,” he says. “It seems like yesterday. But, at the same time, it was a lifetime ago.”

The songs on Rubberneck are fearless, literate and visceral. Their protagonists are perceived as anti-heroes: stalkers, serial killers and religious zealots (some are all three). Certainly, they’re not your average, accessible radio fodder. Well, the Toadies weren’t concerned about that. “We didn’t even have singles in mind,” Reznicek says. “Or the idea of even possibly getting on the radio. We didn’t think that would ever happen.” But “Possum Kingdom” remains a radio staple even today – and “Backslider” and “Tyler” still pop up. It’s because raw expression makes for the most powerful art.