Tonight’s JACKtivity: Runaway Train At The Neptune

Tonight, Soul Asylum takes the stage at The Neptune Theatre!  It’s been six years since they have released an album but from the sounds of their new album Delayed Reaction  it’s definitely worth the wait.   “Delayed Reaction (which was produced by the band, with additional input by John Fields) also marks the first Soul Asylum studio album to not feature original bassist Karl Mueller, who passed away from cancer in 2005. Ex-Replacements/current Guns N’ Roses bassist Tommy Stinson played on the record, as well as former Prince drummer Michael Bland.”  Soul Asylum is back so get out to The Neptune tonight!  Doors open at 7pm and the show starts at 8pm.

Buy Tickets HERE 

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