When: Thu., July 28, 6:30 p.m. 2011
Ted Leo is a dependable guy. You can expect him to be out there on the road more often than not; he told NUVO this week that he’s scaled back from a schedule that saw him touring nine months of the year, but he’s still working harder than many a 40-year-old punk. And you know what you’ll get with his records — aggressive, upbeat, sometimes angry punk rock, usually with a point to make about this world we live in, even if Leo sometimes couches that point in wordplay and misdirection. Daniel Brown talked with Leo this week about politics, social media, revisiting old work and writing one’s epitaph; the results can be found here. With Tweak Bird and Freddie T and the People.
Price: $13 advance, $15 door.