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Those Pretty Wrongs are kicking off mini-Midwest tour at Chicago’s GMan Tavern

February 22, 2017
By Laurie Fanelli

On Feb. 24, Those Pretty Wrongs are set to begin their mini midwest winter tour with a special show at GMan Tavern in Chicago. The duo – comprised of legendary Big Star musician, Jody Stephens, and The Freewheelers frontman, Luther Russell – are set to heat up the Windy City on the first stop of their How Cold Is It Gonna Be? Midwest Tour.

Those Pretty Wrongs’ self-titled debut – which dropped in 2016 – features a collection of tracks co-written by Russell and Stephens, who stepped out from behind the drum kit to deliver the lead vocals. “For me, the lyrics are a walk through my day-to-day emotions and experiences,” said Stephens in a statement. His effortless way of expressing all of the emotion that goes along with life, love and humanity invites listeners to forget about their troubles and get lost in the beauty of song for awhile.

“This record and subsequent live performances are extremely personal for both of us,” added Russell. Following the highly-anticipated Chicago show, Those Pretty Wrongs will be heading-up to Minneapolis to perform a set at 7th St. Entry on Feb. 25.

The intimate setting of GMan Tavern is the ideal location to truly take in the personal storytelling, songwriting and consummate musicianship of Those Pretty Wrongs. Click here to pick-up tickets to the Feb. 24 show and follow them on Twitter to stay up-to-date with the latest news and tour information.