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Grayson Capps

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Grayson Capps

Grayson Capps, If Birds Could Fly 

When: Sun., March 3, 7 p.m. 2013
Price: $10-12

Grayson Capps is known for grimy Southern roots-soul that blends his experiences in New Orleans and Alabama. His weathered baritone offers an exquisite frame for songs about beaten, heartbroken people pushed to life's edge. His last release, 2011's The Lost Cause Minstrels, switched things up a bit, mining a darkened rock vibe that was formerly incipient in his music. It suggests a smokier take on territory frequented by fellow Bama brethren Drive-By Truckers. If Birds Could Fly open. —Chris Parker

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