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William Fitzsimmons 

When: Sat., Feb. 25, 7:30 p.m. 2012
Price: $14-17

William Fitzsimmons started recording music after working as a mental health therapist. His songwriting evokes that healing process, as electric hums wash beneath confessional acoustic meditations. Throughout his three-album career, he's been compared to Iron & Wine and the late Elliott Smith. In preparation for his fourth release, 2011's Gold in the Shadow, Fitzsimmons took a two-year break from music altogether. On "The Tide Pulls From the Moon," Fitzsimmons reflects on his return, gently prophesizing "the coming of a cleansing flood." There's hope for the subdued, it seems. With Seattle's Noah Gundersen. —Ashleigh Phillips

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