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Carrie Newcomer 

When: Sat., May 1, 8:30 p.m. 2010
Price: $15–$17

Last name aside, Carrie Newcomer isn't a rookie. She's been active in the music world for 30 years, getting her start with the folk ensemble Stone Soup in the '80s. Since 1990, she's released a dozen albums under her own name for Rounder Records' Philo imprint, alongside such kindred contemporary folk spirits as Nanci Griffith and Bill Morrissey. And that 12th record, the new Before & After, finds Newcomer reporting from the front lines of everyday life, quietly and gracefully reminding us to search for something extraordinary in the ordinary. "Courage doesn't always shout," she sings on "Change of Heart." Amen. —Rick Cornell

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