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Mandolin Orange, Sinful Savage Tigers, Alex Hall 

When: Sat., Jan. 22, 9:30 p.m. 2011
Price: $7-9

Soft-spoken folk quartet Mandolin Orange began recording its second full-length album late last year with producers-turned-rhythm section Jeff Crawford and James Wallace. Debuting new songs in duo form last week, Andrew Marlin and Emily Frantz wrapped their sweet harmonies around delicate, graceful arrangements of fiddle, guitar and mandolin. They continue to charm with deceptively simple folk tunes that seem as if they should be crackling out of an ancient tube radio. Marlin also wields the mandolin in Chapel Hill trio Sinful Savage Tigers, whose freewheeling Americana sing-alongs burst with infectious energy. Alex Hall of Wilmington's Big Al Hall & The Marching Rams opens with spirited string-band traditionals and folk originals that nod toward John Hartford. —Spencer Griffith

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