The Others, Part 2: Midtown Dickens (duo), Fujiyama Roll, Adia Ledbetter, Caroline Aiken | Motorco Music Hall | Clubs & Concerts, Socials | Indy Week
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The Others, Part 2: Midtown Dickens (duo), Fujiyama Roll, Adia Ledbetter, Caroline Aiken 

When: Fri., March 4, 8 p.m. 2011
Price: $8-10

Raising funds for the Durham Crisis Response Center's efforts to end domestic and sexual violence, this four-act bill is stacked with female talent. Athens' Caroline Aiken is a vet of the worldwide coffeehouse folk scene, having long since graduated to performing her bluesy, pop-inflected jangles on festival stages with friends and contemporaries Bonnie Raitt and the Indigo Girls. Midtown Dickens kicks off the event in duo form, offering early rewards with its charmingly sincere anti-folk ditties. In between, Fujiyama Roll combines classic American rock with Japanese pop, while Durham native Adia Ledbetter croons sultry jazz with silky scatting. —Spencer Griffith

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