With innocence in your heart and nostalgia in your mind, perhaps you think, "Oh, it's Saturday night, and I've got no plans. I'll go see Emerson Hart. I sure did love that 'If You Could Only See' song he did with Tonic!" While that's understandable, try to control yourself: Hart's solitary solo album, 2007's Cigarettes and Gasoline (dangerous!), was a half-hearted foray into modern pop-country pap, with songs so affected they simply could have been named "Melodrama Nos. I–XII." With Vienna Teng, a graceful singer-songwriter who has seemingly been waiting for her big break for a decade.