SuperdragApril 9th, 2009
Superdrag, which formed in Knoxville, Tenn., back in the early ’90s, first achieved national attention in 1996 with the release of “Sucked Out”—the first single off their debut LP, Regretfully Yours—which garnered considerable airtime on MTV and the radio. But after some personnel changes, more albums and continued touring, Superdrag broke up in 2003. Fortunately, it’s hard to keep a good band down, and, last January, lead guitarist and singer-songwriter John Davis announced Superdrag’s reformation. And now they’ve made their way back to New York City to perform tonight at The Bowery Ballroom and tomorrow at Music Hall of Williamsburg. See them here, playing “Aspartame,” from Industry Giants, released last month.