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Jackie Lynn, Nathan Bowles 

When: Thu., Aug. 18, 9 p.m. 2016
Price: $10

THURSDAY, AUGUST 18

JACKIE LYNN

In her newest project, Circuit des Yeux's Haley Fohr has crafted an alter ego with a detailed backstory. Born in Franklin, Tennessee, Jackie Lynn fled her hometown for Chicago, where she ran a massive cocaine distribution ring with a man named Tom before dropping off the grid under a shroud of secrecy. The spirit of Jackie Lynn might be simpatico with outlaw country, but Jackie Lynn finds Fohr toying with bubbly synths that writhe under her low, gorgeous voice. Across its twenty minutes, the album is as mysterious as Fohr's persona—on "Chicken Picken," bright, fluttering synths swiftly disappear into the chatter of a crowd. Stylistically, Jackie Lynn is far from country, but Fohr draws from the genre's ambitious, even reckless rebellion in this fascinating jaunt. Nathan Bowles takes a folksier tip, opening the show with his expansive and intoxicating solo banjo tunes. —Allison Hussey

THE PINHOOK, DURHAM
9 p.m., $10, www.thepinhook.com

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