The Replacements News
Group will release new album 'Anything Could Happen' early next year
Replacements frontman recalls late star's impact on Minneapolis scene
Read an exclusive excerpt from 'Trouble Boys,' new authorized biography of brilliant, troubled Minneapolis band
Paul Westerberg, Juliana Hatfield team up for a debut packed with unexpected gems
520-page book tracks Minnesota band's alt-rock rise, fiery demise and triumphant reunion
Primavera Porto was the band's last stop
Joan Jett and Laura Jane Grace join the founder of Happy Hippie Foundation for the latest Backyard Session
Chance the Rapper, Action Bronson, Descendents and more also set for five-day Rubber Tracks Live fest
'The Complete Studio Albums 1981-1990' will cover the 'Mats entire catalog from 1981's 'Sorry Ma, Forgot to Take Out the Trash' to 1990's 'All Shook Down'
Paul Westerberg and Tommy Stinson keep their unlikely reunion alive for at least 13 more shows
Recorded in October, "Poke Me in My Cage" arrived online last week to little fanfare
The Replacements were the most exciting rockers of the Eighties to not hit it big. Can they survive a reunion?
Band plays first New York show in more than two decades
A longtime fan compares the show to the band's early-Eighties live heyday