Cary Arts Center Dedication Cermony | Cary Arts Center | Special Events | Indy Week
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Cary Arts Center Dedication Cermony 

When: Sat., Aug. 13, 10 a.m.-9:30 p.m. 2011
Phone: 919-469-4061
Price: Free

Larkin Poe formed about 18 months after the demise of the rising, tight-harmony trio The Lovell Sisters, or when eldest sister Jessica got married and left for college. Her 19- and 20-year-old siblings Megan and Rebecca decided to forge on, releasing a quartet of seasonally themed and named EPs last year. These efforts tend to leave their prior bluegrass style behind in favor of smoldering NPR sophistication, flirting with jazzy piano-driven adult-contemporary, not unlike Norah Jones. The sisters' sweet vocals are still the highlight, while the music succeeds best when they stick with the roots material on which they cut their teeth. —Chris Parker


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