Jawbreaker, War On Women, and Pohgoh live in Boston

Photo Gallery: A bit of 24-hour reunion therapy was in the air Friday night at The House of Blues

 
 

Editor’s Note: Warning — a big show deserves a big gallery. It seemed everyone around Boston was at The House of Blues on Friday night (March 22), celebrating the reunion and return of influential punk band Jawbreaker. After splitting in 1995, the New York City trio of guitarist Blake Schwarzenbach, bassist Chris Bauermeister, and drummer Adam Pfahler reformed two years ago at Riot Fest, and are now taking their show on the road. Friday night’s set on Lansdowne drew heavily from their final two releases, 1994’s 24 Hour Revenge Therapy and the following year’s Dear You, and all the check-ins, updates, and commentary across all our social media feeds prove it was a positive experience all around. Vanyaland’s Ben Stas was at the House of Blues capturing visuals of it all, including spirited opening sets from Baltimore’s War on Women and reunited Tampa band Pohgoh, and you can scan through his massive gallery below.

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