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The Beast, YahZarah, Zakee 

When: Fri., Oct. 28, 9 p.m. 2011
Price: $10-12

Several months ago, Yahzarah toyed with the idea of leaving her recording days behind her, as if experiencing a mild mid-career crisis. Then, in August, she gave birth to her firstborn, a son named Miles, whose conception may have been the saving grace for Yahzarah's waning interest in the music industry. While pregnant, she recorded the video for "Love Come Save the Day," a testament to the rejuvenating prospect of motherhood. In the video, she whirls and gloats on the shore of some utopian land, rubbing her stomach, etching her son's name in the sand and celebrating a renewed sense of purpose for her newest fanboy. This week, she returns to the place where her career began, backed by a new generation of Durham's music elite, The Beast. Let the rebirth begin. With Zakee. —Eric Tullis

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