Blues Explosion! 

Jon Spencer's thrilling (and occasionally controversial) trio returns to a city that was once their second home

Provocation and confrontation are words sometimes associated with the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion. For more than two decades, they have confused and angered some, while consistently thrilling others. And during their long and risky history, the band has blurred the lines of…

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