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Deadstring Brothers, Richard Bacchus & the Luckiest Girls 

When: Wed., Aug. 29, 9 p.m. 2012
Price: $7-10

Someone needs to give Deadstring Brother Kurt Marschke a break. Though he's recorded some Stonesy country-soul albums that would make even local Keith acolyte Michael Rank jealous, he lost sexy harmony singer Masha Marjieh after releasing 2010's Sao Paulo, and now the rest of his band is gone, an apparent casualty of his move to Nashville. He's forging ahead as a one-man band, though it's hard not to feel sad seeing such a fine songwriter hoofing it on his own when he could be enjoying Lucero-level success. Somebody hook this guy up with Dan Auerbach or Jack White. The rugged, hooky rumble of Richard Bacchus & the Luckiest Girls opens. —Chris Parker


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