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Gilbert Neal 

When: Fri., July 15, 8 p.m. 2016
On the first single from The Mayor of Estes Park, Hillsborough’s Gilbert Neal makes a compelling case that “four chords is all you need.” (I always thought it was three chords and the truth.) Still, how can you resist a song that uses the word “ennui” and has a vamp about “little people in the radio”? Neal, who looks a little like Frank Black, sounds a little like Jack Black on “Four Chords,” but he’s adept at a half-dozen styles, most not goofy. —David Klein
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