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Drummer Gary Young to rejoin Pavement for one-off show
The man originally behind the drum kit in cult band Pavement is to rejoin the group for a special one-off show.
Gary Young will be back in the indie group for a special show in Pavement's hometown of Stockton, California.
The gig will take place on June 24th 2010 at the Bob Hope Theatre as part of the band's world tour.
Young left the group in 1993 after playing on debut album Slanted and Enchanted, reports NME.
The drummer's last recording with Pavement was the Watery, Domestic EP.
Pavement appeared in the UK last month, playing a four night residency at the Brixton Academy in London, as well as performing at the All Tomorrow's Parties festival in Minehead.
Having toured Australia, New Zealand and Japan as well this year, the band are to play shows in Canada and the US this month, before returning to Europe for a series of festival appearances.Posted on 11 Jun 2010 17:20 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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