LAST CRACK Line Up Hometown Appearance

Madison, Wisconsin natives LAST CRACK have booked their first show since playing at this year's South by Southwest Music Festival (SXSW) in Austin, Texas. The concert will be held at The Annex in Madison, WI on Saturday, June 19. The band will be showcasing new material as well as old favorites from their two Roadrunner/Roadracer releases, "Sinister Funkhouse #17" (1990) and the Dave Jerden-produced (ALICE IN CHAINS, JANE'S ADDICTION) "Burning Time" (1991). Opening act(s) will be announced soon.

In other news, LAST CRACK guitarist Paul Schluter and his wife Kaelie welcomed their first child, Ethan Paul Schluter into the world late last week. He was born on April 15, 2004.

LAST CRACK, currently shopping their new four-song demo to record labels, recently made their new single, "Siren Song", available for free download at their official web site,


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