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Her plans for Auntie Christ are not set in stone. She wants it to be a creative vehicle rather than a traditional band. Matt Freeman is not going to be on the upcoming tour because of his work with Rancid, even though he may come back later and play guitar for the band. Cervenkova likes to keep the door revolving.
"I found this bass player I really like: Her name is Janis Tanaka, and she plays with Stone Fox, who is also opening for us in this tour," she says. "She plays differently and sings with me. I want her to stay full time. I don't wanna get stuck in a rut, though. If I wanna do music and spoken word one night, that's fine. I don't wanna be predictable. Next time you see me, I may not have D.J. or Janis. I don't want Auntie Christ to turn into product."
Auntie Christ performs August 19 at the Orbit Room
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