Hmm. This is just about the most exciting thing to happen in San Francisco. Ever. Or at least, it will be. See: Liz Phair will play a few shows this summer, featuring her crooning (or croaking, depending on your opinion of her) the entirety of her brilliant debut album Exile in Guyville (1993) -- an epic "song-by-song reply to the Rolling Stones' 1972 album 'Exile on Main Street,'" which at the time was considered somewhat scandalously slutty for her frank depiction of humping.

And SF Weekly has word that she will be heading to the Fillmore on June 23. Yay!

Tickets go on sale Saturday, 6/1. (Or "6' 1" -- heh.)