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Modern Baseball member’s side project playing The Other Side in Wilkes-Barre

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Scranton singer/songwriter James Barrett will open for Philadelphia band Broken Beak at The Other Side on Aug. 8. Broken Beak features Modern Baseball vocalist/guitarist Brendan Lukens.
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WILKES-BARRE — The band Broken Beak, featuring Modern Baseball member Brendan Lukens on guitar, will play Wilkes-Barre venue The Other Side on Monday, Aug. 8.

Broken Beak started as the solo project of Philadelphia artist Beau Brynes and also features bassist Evan Moorehead and drummer Jeff Malt. The event is part of the four-piece’s multi-city tour in support of their new album “Some Nerve,” released July 1.

Scranton’s James Barrett and Better Days will open for Broken Beak, with two more opening acts to be announced.

The Other Side is located at 119 South Main St., Wilkes-Barre.

Modern Baseball released their new album “Holy Ghost” on May 19. Lukens penned the latter five tracks on the album, which currently holds an 81 on review aggregate site Metacritic.com.

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Broken Beak released “Some Nerve” July 1

By Gene Axton

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Scranton singer/songwriter James Barrett will open for Philadelphia band Broken Beak at The Other Side on Aug. 8. Broken Beak features Modern Baseball vocalist/guitarist Brendan Lukens.
http://theweekender.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_JamesBarrett-1.jpgScranton singer/songwriter James Barrett will open for Philadelphia band Broken Beak at The Other Side on Aug. 8. Broken Beak features Modern Baseball vocalist/guitarist Brendan Lukens. Submitted photo
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