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Intro 3.7.11: Videos from Superchunk, O.M.D., Allman Brothers and more

SUPERCHUNK Sept. 18 at Bowery Ballroom; Sept. 19

SUPERCHUNK
Sept. 18 at Bowery Ballroom; Sept. 19 at Music Hall of Williamsburg | Buy tickets
It's been nine years since the indie rock heroes last released a new album, but the excellent "Majesty Shredding" (in stores Sept. 14) may have made the wait, punctuated with occasional tours and the ongoing operations of Merge Records, worth it. The new songs will, no doubt, make the already mighty 'Chunk live show that much better. Photo Credit: Jason Arthurs

The reunited Superchunk opens for Bright Eyes at Radio City on Tuesday and Wednesday.

 Intro brings you the week’s hottest videos and shows every Monday. To catch up on all the Intros and a look at classic Long Island music scene videos, check out Newsday Music’s YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/newsdaymusic

THE LIST

SUPERCHUNK, “Hyper Enough.” At Radio City Music Hall Tuesday and Wednesday.
DROPKICK MURPHYS, “Barroom Hero.” At Roseland Ballroom Thursday and Friday.
GOOD CHARLOTTE, “Like It's Her Birthday.” At Irving Plaza Tuesday.
OMD, “Electricity.” At Webster Hall Tuesday.
TELEKINESIS, “Awkward Kisser.” At Mercury Lounge Wednesday and Rock Shop Thursday.
ANNA CALVI, “No More Words.” At Joe’s Pub Tuesday and Mercury Lounge Wednesday and Glasslands Thursday.
AGAINST ME! “Borne on the FM Waves of the Heart.” At Roseland Ballroom Thursday and Friday.
ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND, “You Don't Love Me.” At Beacon Theatre Thursday through 3.26.
BRIGHT EYES, “Shell Games.” At Radio City Music Hall Tuesday and Wednesday.
LUCINDA WILLIAMS, “Still I Long for Your Kiss.” At Webster Hall Friday and Saturday.
AUGUSTANA, “Boston.” At Rockwood Music Hall Thursday.

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