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Chatham County Line, Justin Robinson & the Mary Annettes 

When: Sat., Aug. 6, 9 p.m. 2011
Price: $14-17

By the reputations which precede them, both Chatham County Line and Justin Robinson are known for their deference to musical traditions: Chatham County Line began as a ragtag bluegrass band who gathered around a single microphone and in front of a North Carolina flag, singing about bacon in skillets and beautiful women. Meanwhile, Justin Robinson found success (a Grammy win, film appearances, a major-label deal) as a Carolina Chocolate Drop, a group that educated about old-time music as it entertained with it. But both have diligently broadened their sounds and approaches—Chatham County Line with music that's "country-rock" in the least cloying way imaginable, and Robinson with the idiosyncratic pop of his Mary Annettes. —Grayson Currin

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