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Low Anthem, William Elliott Whitmore 

When: Sun., Sept. 18, 8:45 p.m. 2011
Price: $13-15

On a Friday afternoon panel during Hopscotch, Drive-By Truckers frontman Patterson Hood praised the Low Anthem's "Boeing 737" as a hallmark example of musically addressing the 9/11 tragedy. The song is but one of many revelations the Rhode Island band has put forth in the past few years, giving them voice with an impressive array of instrumentation ranging from strings to woodwinds to percussion to keys to unidentifiable things that sound really cool. They're touring with indie songwriter William Elliott Whitmore, whose new disc, Field Songs, was released by the renowned Anti- label. —Peter Blackstock

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