Pavement 'to reform for New York gigs in 2010'

Stephen Malkmus' band reportedly set for US shows

Pavement 'to reform for New York gigs in 2010'
Pavement are set to reform for gigs in New York in 2010, according to reports.

According to the Brooklyn Vegan the Stephen Malkmus-led band, who split in 1999, will play multiple shows on the US city's Central Park SummerStage next September.

The former members of the revered California band have hinted that they may reform for live shows at various times.

In January guitarist Scott Kannberg said the band may reunite to play at the Coachella festival, although the reformation did not materialise. Last year he said the band could reunite to play a gig to mark their record label Matador's 20th anniversary.

Pavement's last gig was at the London Brixton Academy in November 1999.

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