Tickets: $20 advance, $22 day of show All-Ages, Reserved + GA By 1993, Juliana Hatfield had made a name for herself as one third of sharply sweet alt-poppers Blake Babies. She’s also played bass on the Lemonheads’ cherished “It’s a Shame About Ray,” and she’d released a solo debut, “Hey Babe,” which contained heart-on-wrist tracks such as “Everybody Loves Me But You.” And so it was really no surprise that with the release of “Become What You Are,” her Nietzschean-titled second solo album — and her only LP released under the name the Juliana Hatfield Three, a band that included bassist Dean Fisher and drummer Todd Philips — she would start to climb the charts. Its hits were unusual: The giddy, flirtatious “Spin the Bottle” (also on the “Reality Bites” soundtrack) with its off-kilter, 5/4 groove, hit No. 97 on the Hot 100. And its first single, definitive sororal love anthem “My Sister,” is one of the rare songs to become a hit without a chorus. And now, she is getting the band back together: Dean, Todd and Juliana reunited in a studio in Hoboken with her co-producer, Tom Beaujour, and are releasing a new record, “Whatever, My Love,” in February 2015. This national tour includes a performance of “Become What You Are” in its entirety. Opening Act: These Knees Cleveland indie rockers These Knees have been writing songs and wooing audiences since the winter of 2010. Originally a solo endeavor by lead-singer and guitarist, Stephanie Trivison, These Knees soon picked up long-time friend and seasoned drummer, Rob Hassing, followed by bassist Bryan Robinson and guitarist Jesse Scaggs, formerly of Bethesda. Trivison’s melodic vocals set against the band’s widespread range, come together to create everything from lyrically sweet, acoustic jams to no-holds-barred, toxic-rock ballads.
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