The Lindsey Buckingham Appreciation Society, tonight at Johnny Brenda's

The Lindsey Buckingham Appreciation Society plays all of "Tusk" at Johnny Brenda's.

Fleetwood Mac obsessed Philly band The Lindsey Buckingham Appreciation Society are playing the 1979 double LP Tusk in its entirety at Johnny Brenda's tonight. 

Listen to drummer Patrick Berkery and he'll tell you the follow-up to 1977's mega-selling Rumours is "the most punk-rock soft rock album of all time." Over on The Key, Berkery and Charlie Hall wax poetic about their ardent affection for the band. Together with pictured bandmates Birdie Busch, Tony Goddess, Eliza Hardy Jones and Dave Hartley, TLBAS will also play a bunch of other Mac tunes.

"Tusk," with the University of Southern California marching band, is below. Show details here. Dave Hill opens.

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