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Aimee Mann 

When: Sun., April 17, 7 p.m. 2011
Price: $25-27

Neil Young's appearance in Durham this week would upstage a stop by most any living troubadour, but Aimee Mann hasn't built her reputation as one of the world's boldest songwriters by being overshadowed: Whether through the eight songs she contributed to the Magnolia soundtrack or her album-length trip along love's fault lines on 2000's Bachelor No. 2, Mann's turned her gorgeous monotone onto some of the more trenchant and keen romantic evaluations in recent memory. Mann has a comedian's mind for the darkly funny and a psychoanalyst's eye for the unapparent; don't let Neil cloud her appearance at the smallest Triangle room she's played in the better part of a decade. —Grayson Currin

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