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Big Beat Dance with Apple Juice Kid, Beverly Botsford, Atiba Rorie, Scott Crews, Larry Q Draughn, YahZarah, George Tisdale Band 

When: Fri., Sept. 28, 9 p.m. 2012
Price: $10

Being the percussion genius that he is, Apple Juice Kid devised and now presents an evening of "retro futuristic tribal electronic mash ups"—in Saxapahaw, of all places. Featuring four distinctive drum specialists—Beverly Botsford on percussion, Atiba Rorie on djembe, Scott Crews on hoop drum and Larry Q. Draughn Jr. on drums—this ambitious roundup should lead from salsa to uprock to a danse macabre. This is also a collaborative effort with the local jazz pushers at The Art of Cool Project, which guarantees a smoothed-out touch with openers George Tisdale Band and vocalist Carlitta Durand. —Eric Tullis

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