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Leigh Marble, There Is No Mountain, Here Come Dots

JAY HORTON
9 pm., Thursday November 21 | Free.
Kelly's Olympian
426 SW Washington St.
 
[ROCKING HORSE] Among the serrated thickets of local singer-songwriter Leigh Marble’s third album, Where the Knives Meet the Rows, “Pony”—a sing-along rocker charging hard from the gate—might initially promise something of a reprieve from the 2012 release’s more haunting themes. But the lyrical dissection of a pickup’s downfall proves not nearly so straightforward as the beat suggests. Alongside a limited-edition EP collecting several unreleased tracks, tonight Marble debuts the world premiere of a video co-starring Cora Benesh, lead and co-writer of recent feature City Baby. Will friendship be magic?

Where: Kelly's Olympian
Phone: 228-3669
Address: 426 SW Washington St.
Website: www.kellysolympian.com

 
 
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