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Greg Humphreys, Sally Spring 

When: Fri., Nov. 4, 8 p.m. 2011

Greg Humphreys is arguably the Triangle's most versatile musician. Consider his history: He rode the '80s jangle pop Southern renaissance with Dillon Fence, started a throwback soul/ funk band in the '90s as Hobex and lately he's launched a solo career of parched country, '70s Laurel Canyon folk and jazzy soft rock. In September, he released his third disc, People You May Know, which mines a slightly jazzier vein than last year's Realign Your Mind, driven by Humphreys' nimble, soothing croon. Sally Spring's earthy tone gives her loping country-folk a certain regality, like an embossed storybook or a backwoods opera. With Ted Lyons. —Chris Parker

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