Music Scene, April 13-19
Face to Face, a Southern California punk band that formed in 1991, broke up in 2004 and reunited in 2008, is on an acoustical tour with a stop in Grand Junction.
Doors open at 7 p.m. for the Wednesday, April 18, show at Mesa Theater and Club, 538 Main St.
Face to Face released the single “All For Nothing” on April 3, available for download at facetofacemusic.com, which also offers links to band tweets and its Facebook page.
But to learn about Face to Face’s past, visit Wikipedia.com.
After forming in the early ‘90s, being signed by Dr. Strange Records and then by Fat Wreck Chords, the band rose to fame with its second album, “Big Choice,” released in 1994, according to the site.
“Big Choice” features the radio hit “Disconnected,” which is in the movies “Tank Girl” and “National Lampoon’s Senior Trip,” the site says.
The band broke up in 2004 because of musical differences, and its members took on individual projects.
In April 2008, Face to Face performed together again at The Glasshouse in Pomona, Calif., and continued to perform, releasing the studio album “Laugh Now, Laugh Later” in May 2011.
Tickets to the Grand Junction show are general admission and cost $20. A limited number of tickets will be sold.
Go to ticketweb.com or call 241-1717 for information and tickets.