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Blackberry Winter

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Blackberry Winter

Blackberry Winter 

When: Tue., June 28, 8 p.m. 2011
Price: $15-18

The film Winter's Bone won a Golden Globe award last year for its unflinching treatment of meth, violence and family dysfunction in rural Missouri. Set in the Ozarks, the movie has a visually cyanotic cast, as if the characters are suffocating in their own doomed destinies. The music is equally spooky. Rather than relying on existing recordings of traditional tunes for the soundtrack, the filmmakers sought out musicians from western Missouri to perform original and traditional music unique to that area. With tight harmonies, fiddle, mandolin, banjo and dobro, the six-piece band Blackberry Winter brings the down-home music of Winter's Bone to the stage. —Lisa Sorg



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