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Bu Hanan Records

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Bu Hanan Records

Local 506Last week's cover story on Bu Hanan Records asserted that the collective of five Chapel Hill songwriters is successful because of its inter-member criticism and high standard of honesty. Those ideals should be on full display tonight, when all four Bu Hanan bands—David Karsten Daniels, The Prayers and Tears of Arthur Digby Sellers, The Physics of Meaning and Kapow Music!—gather to celebrate the release of Sharp Teeth, the second album from Daniels and the first to be issued by a major independent label (England's Fat Cat Records). It's an album that mines the reaches and lows of high drama, Daniels lashing his feelings over some of the best micro-budget arrangements in memory. This free show begins at 10 p.m. —Grayson Currin

Carrboro Century Center—What would you do to win a new truck? Watch Hands on a Hard Body, at 7 p.m. Tickets are $4. For more info, call 932-6463. —Iesha Brown

Artspace—Catch the Raleigh Ensemble Players' final performance of A Number, by Caryl Churchill. The play is the controversial and chilling story of a son confronting his father about cloning. Tickets are $12-$15. For more info, call 832-9607. Read Byron Woods' review.Megan Stein

  • Bu Hanan Records; Hands on a Hard Body; A Number

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