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FEBRUARY 28 This play dramatizes the African American experience through the experiences of a World War II pilot and his wife as they...
FEB. 28, 2P. A wide-ranging repertoire that embraces all styles of music, from classical to contemporary. Free. Charleston Heights Arts Center,...
FEB. 28, 8P. The all-star band joins forces with former Tower of Power lead vocalist Braggs for an evening of classic ’60s and ’70s...
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by Andrew Kiraly & Scott Dickensheets | posted April 21, 2014
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Parking Lot Suicide Kings
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The Federal Backdown
("Smooth — even placating — jazz for the don't-tread-on-me crowd." — Horton Veal, Jazz Hands magazine)
Duck! the Shoe
(Cryptic protest folk from an exciting new one-woman band. "More than just music, it's a diagnosis!" — George Will, Pithfork)
Blood Moon Rising
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Broke Rear Ends
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Gloria Lee and the Octogenarian Priest High-Roller Murder Cult
Face of Deficit
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Sex with Inmates
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