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Club Listings for Fri., Nov. 24
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    Sue Foley

    Fri., Nov. 24, 11:59pm

    Lou Ann Barton

    Fri., Nov. 24, 10pm
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    A. Sinclair, The Sour Notes, El Lago, Duncan Fellows

    The Sour Notes’ prolific output speaks to a bubblegum factory proficiency. Fifth LP Darkest Sour opens with “Clock Strikes 12,” the local garage-pop troupe’s “Song 2,” a taut, hooky, riff comet part Blur and all thrill. Muscled jangle (“Stay Close”) and dream-pop (“Small Hints”) coalesce 21st century Nuggets best labeled noir pop (“Loose Leaf & Bleak”), although closer “Ride It Out” is ripe for commercial soul-pop coverage.
    Fri., Nov. 24, 9pm
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    Mrs. Glass

    Fri., Nov. 24, 10pm
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    Hayes Carll, Shelby Lynne, Allison Moorer

    How appropriate that Hayes Carll spend the post-Thanksgiving hangover with better-half Allison Moorer and her sister Shelby Lynne. Family grounds his rambunctious wit on last year’s poignant Lovers and Leavers, and the openers combine their prodigious country talents for the first time on August’s Not Dark Yet. The collection offers harmony-rich but heavy covers, save for the devastating co-written closer, “Is It Too Much.” Heartbreak and healing, a family tradition.
    Fri., Nov. 24, 8pm 
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    Chris Fullerton, Walt WIlkins, Jon Dee Graham and more

    Threadgill’s WHQ avoided developmental razing for now, so they’re thankfully packed with local songwriting talent. Chris Fullerton’s burning emotion and Hank Williams howl stamps 2017 debut Epilepsy Blues, while veteran troubadour Walt Wilkins slides his soft tenor under Streetlight. Jon Dee Graham provides the centerpiece in marking the 20th anniversary of solo debut Escape From Monster Island. Songwriting scion Curtis McMurtry’s lyrical bite, the Robert Kraft Trio’s righteously retro-R&B, and a closing McKay Brothers reunion also reverberate.
    Fri., Nov. 24, 7pm 
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