Hole: Auf der Maur, Love, Schemel, Erlandson
There will be a Hole reunion of sorts tonight in New York at the screening of “Hit So Hard: The Life & Near Death Story of Patty Schemel.” She was Hole’s drummer. Courtney Love, Eric Erlandson and Melissa Auf der Maur are expected to attend the David Ebersole-directored movie.
Minneapolis concert promoter Sue McLean is launching Tweentown Rock and Roll Camp for Girls Aug. 2-5 at Camp Minnewashta in Excelsior. It’s for girls ages 9 to 13. For info: www.tweentowngirlscamp.com.
My Morning Jacket’s new album, “Circuital,” is due May 31… Tom Morello has signed with New West Records, which will release his third Nightwatchman disc, “World Wide Rebel Songs,” due this summer.
Tickets for Dolly Parton’s July 27 show at Mystic Lake Casino will go on sale Friday at $77 and $99… Journey, Foreigner and Night Ranger team up July 28 at Xcel Energy Center. Tickets, priced from $29.50 to $127, will on on sale April 4.
“Memphis,” the Tony-winning Broadway musical, will be broadcast to nine Twin Cities area movie theaters on April 28 and 30 and May 1 and 3. The broadcast was taped on Broadway. For details, go to www.fathomevents.com.
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