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Jeanne Jolly

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Jeanne Jolly

Jeanne Jolly, Josh Moore 

When: Sat., Nov. 21, 7 p.m. 2015
Price: $15

JEANNE JOLLY, JOSH MOORE

LINCOLN THEATRE, RALEIGH | SATURDAY, NOV. 21

On last month's A Place to Run, Raleigh native Jeanne Jolly struck a difficult balance between her past and present interests. A classically trained vocalist who once toured alongside Chris Botti, she subsequently collaborated with R&B explorers The Foreign Exchange. And now, she's embracing twang as a burgeoning singer-songwriter. Jolly's voice soars through a wondrous range on these perfectly accented hybrids of country, soul and soft rock, smartly shaped by producer Chris Boerner. Former Beloved leader Josh Moore turned a similar trick earlier this year on his gorgeous debut, Parted Ways. After a hard-rock, hard-living past, Moore sings of spirituality and sobriety with sincerity over tunes that mingle fragile folk and heartland rock with traces of gospel. Perhaps Jolly and Moore will join forces for a song or two here. Interested in hearing Jolly in a totally different setting? She'll be a featured soprano for the North Carolina Symphony's holiday matinee concert Wednesday, Nov. 25, too. 7 p.m., $15,

126 E. Cabarrus St., Raleigh, 919-821-4111,

www.lincolntheatre.com. —Spencer Griffith

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