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Felice Brothers, Adam Haworth Stephens 

When: Thu., Nov. 4, 10 p.m. 2010
Price: $13-15

Many bands sound like they wish they were born 70 or 80 years ago. The Felice Brothers, from the wilds of New York, might actually have been born 70 or 80 years ago and then somehow landed in 2010, youthful and unplugged. But the bros are fine with that; they've adapted. Sure, they miss the overlapping joys of bootlegging, medicine shows and the revival-tent circuit. But hip-hop's cool and so is YouTube. The result is folk-rock that's unstuck in time, with a little gospel and punk string band at the edges, all with energy to burn. Two Gallants guy Adam Haworth Stephens, a bit of a time traveler himself, opens. —Rick Cornell

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