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Raul Malo

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Raul Malo
Cat's Cradle—Raul Malo's new record is named Yellow Pages, and it features such should-be smashes as "Automobile Upholstery Cleaning" and "Locks & Locksmiths." OK, that's a lie: The Mavericks frontman's first solo record of original material in seven years is titled Lucky One, but—as the cliché goes—I'd pay to hear Malo sing the phone book in that towering voice. Big without being over the top, it's Orbisonesque without being a homage. And, if his take on "Life's Little Ups and Downs" from last year's Imus Ranch Record compilation is any indication, I'd also shell out big bucks to hear him sing the Charlie Rich songbook. The music starts at 8 p.m. and costs $25-$28. —Rick Cornell

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