One of Nashville’s best rock bands, psych/grunge duo JEFF the Brotherhood, have announced three back to back performances, Oct. 24, 25, & 26 and The End. It’s rare to see the group in such a small space in Nashville these days, especially with such forewarning, making these shows some of our most-anticipated of the fall. We’ve been hearing rumblings about this for awhile, but only just got official confirmation; as such, details are a bit scant, but we’ll be sure to keep you updated when we know more about tickets. JEFF have a new covers EP, Dig the Classics, set to arrive Sept. 30, where they will perform heavy renditions of some of their favorite tracks. While we wait for it to arrive, check out the music video for 2012 summer jam, “Six Pack,” below.
UPDATE: Tickets are now available for $10 on Infinity Cat’s site and in person at the visitor’s center, as well as at Grimey’s, The Groove, and Fond Object for cash only. Openers have yet to be announced, and are expected to change each night. Oct. 24 and 25 will be 18+, while Oct. 26 will be an all ages show.
[Note: an earlier version of this post incorrectly stated that Diarrhea Planet would also be performing.]