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Gravy Boys 

When: Fri., Aug. 20, 7-9 p.m. 2010
Price: Free

A little folk, a little bluegrass, a little honky-tonk, the Gravy Boys connect with a timeless sound, but then they offer up lines like, "Don't fall for coffee shop hipsters, baby, they're too damn self-absorbed." Although the roots rock quintet performs in suspenders and overalls, this is a contemporary band. Emerging from tight vocal harmonies, Steve Celestini's drawling voice resonates over guitar, mandolin and upright bass. The instruments sound like old friends talking. —Andrew Ritchey

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