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Mic Harrison & The High Score 

When: Sun., July 18, 5 p.m. 2010
Price: Donation suggested

In the mid-'90s, Mic Harrison played the Dave Edmunds to Scott Miller's Nick Lowe as Knoxville's V-Roys mixed burly roots rock with powerful pop, coming off like Rockpile lost in the Smokies. After the Roys, Harrison took that formula with him to the Faults along with "Dishonest Jenny," a tune that outhooks "867-5309" to make it the catchiest Jenny song ever. A stint in Superdrag followed, teaching Harrison to add quirky indie rock to the mix. These days, Harrison records with Knoxville trio The High Score, led by ex-Faults guitarist Robbie Trosper. Their third collaboration, Great Commotion, is knowingly titled. Pass the hat/ 5 p.m. —Rick Cornell

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