If you never got to see power-pop quartet Superdrag before they hung up their rock 'n roll shoes four years ago then get thee to the Paradise tonight. The original line-up is on a quickie reunion tour and should be well worth seeing for their high spirits and harmonies.
The Tennessee-spawned band enjoyed an MTV hit with "Sucked Out," but subsequent albums like "In the Valley of the Dying Stars" proved they had a knack for both the sweet and the sour side of smart pop.
The show is at 9, tix are $20 and available here.
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