Drive-By Truckers, Henry Clay People, American Aquarium (street stage outside show) | Lincoln Theatre | Clubs & Concerts | Indy Week
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Drive-By Truckers, Henry Clay People, American Aquarium (street stage outside show) 

When: Sun., Sept. 19, 6 p.m. 2010
Price: $20-25

If you've ever considered yourself a fan of alt-country or Southern rock, your debt of gratitude to Athens' Drive-By Truckers should be infinite. The most popular band of their kind because they're the most relevant, interesting and valiant band of their kind, the Truckers write songs as detail-rich as the best Southern author and as gritty and unflinching as the best bar bands. Mostly perfect for the last decade, their discography is turning into a private library of characters and conundrums, each cut from the stone of experience and suffering. The Truckers join Henry Clay People and American Aquarium in front of Lincoln Theatre. —Grayson Currin



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