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David Wilcox 

When: Mon., July 11, 7 p.m. 2011
Price: $20-23

David Wilcox, an heir to James Taylor, fingerpicks lilting folk beneath an inviting baritone croon. His style's particularly earthy and understated. Even the dramatic, emotional moments are delivered with an intimacy more akin to a stage play than a motion picture. It pays off in tableaus that unfold slowly over his gentle guitar, allowing the words to sink in and paint their picture patiently. A fine craftsman, he's released 14 studio albums over the last 35 years. His latest, Reverie, is a new set of songs performed and recorded live, capturing the live audience feel—minus the crowd noise (which you can add yourself tonight). —Chris Parker

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