Crash Into June at the Young Avenue Deli 

Crash Into June's chiming power pop was a staple on the Memphis music scene in the late '90s and early '00s, captured for posterity on albums From Blind to Blue (1999) and Another Vivid Scene (2003). After an eight-year hiatus, the band returns this week for a show at Young Avenue Deli, where they'll be joined by Nashville-based indie-pop songwriter Neilson Hubbard (who produced Another Vivid Scene). Hubbard will perform with the band and also play some of his own material. Opening the show is Los Angeles-based artist Adam Marsland. Crash Into the June plays Young Avenue Deli on Saturday, July 20th. Showtime is 9 p.m. Admission is $7.

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