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Shana Tucker 

When: Fri., Nov. 11, 7 p.m. 2011
Price: $18

It's been a big year for Shana Tucker, the "chambersoul" cellist, singer and songwriter from upstate New York who has made North Carolina her adopted home. A year ago, she scraped together enough money to record a CD; the resulting Shine has resonated so well with critics and fans, she's just manufactured a second batch. Going out on a high note, her last Triangle performances of 2011 will be this Friday at NCSU's Kennedy-McIlwee Theatre, an intimate stage with the acoustics of a jazz club. With a power quartet of Mark Wells on piano and organ, Nick Baglio on drums and Darion Alexander on bass, Tucker intersperses her originals with gutsy, footloose arrangements of her favorite artists, from Billy Joel to Roberta Flack. —Sylvia Pfeiffenberger



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