Punk rock legend Alice Bag has a date scheduled for The Echo on July 2, which will double as a record-release party for the solo album she raised funds to create via Kickstarter. We talked to Bag just last year about her book “Pipe Bomb for the Soul,” about another facet of Bag’s life when she was in Nicaragua during the Sandinista revolution.
The Bags were one of the first punk bands to make it to Los Angeles in the 1970s, a band which Alice Bag was the lead singer and co-founder to. She’s held titles such as author, artist, teacher, and most notably, feminist. Her debut solo album is all original material and it will be fun to see her perform most of it for the first time at The Echo in July.
Tickets to the July 2 album-release party at The Echo are priced at $8.00 and are on sale now. The start time to this event is an early one, with the show scheduled for 5:30 PM with the event ending by 9 PM. It is an all-ages event.
BUY TICKETS TO SEE ALICE BAG PLAY AT THE ECHO ON JULY 2
An Interview with Alice Bag: We talk new book “Pipe Bomb For The Soul,” Sandinista revolution, punk rock & more