ilyAIMY: Villains, Anti-Heros and Women in Murder Ballads | NC Museum of History | Clubs & Concerts | Indy Week
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ilyAIMY: Villains, Anti-Heros and Women in Murder Ballads 

When: Sun., Nov. 8, 3 p.m. 2015
Price: free
There’s nothing quite like a murder ballad. These tales of woe and treachery are important parts of the folk music canon, from standards like “House Carpenter” and “Banks of the Ohio” to more contemporary takes such as the Dixie Chicks’ biting “Goodbye Earl.” Baltimore’s ilyAIMY (i love you And I Miss You) explores the genre and its legacy in this program, “Exploring the Roles of Villains, Anti-Heroes and Women in Murder Ballads.” —Allison Hussey
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