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Weekend Watch: The Dirtbombs

The Dirtbombs Sunday Detroit has no shortage of musical icons, but Mick Collins has carved a niche out for himself with blasts of bottom-heavy garage rock. His newest band, The Dirtbombs, unloads with two drummers, two bassists and enough booming...

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The Dirtbombs

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Detroit has no shortage of musical icons, but Mick Collins has carved a niche out for himself with blasts of bottom-heavy garage rock. His newest band, The Dirtbombs, unloads with two drummers, two bassists and enough booming resonance to make the Red River change its course when the band plays Sunday at Ralph's Corner in Moorhead. Partners in grime The Ponys and Les Dirty Frenchmen open the early event, which starts at 8 p.m. and promises to wind down by midnight. There is a $5 cover for this 21 and older show. (218) 233-3351

For 20 years John Lamb has covered art, entertainment and lifestyle stories in the area for The Forum.
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