Dreamy Duet 

With Motel Mirrors, two familiar local faves make beautiful music together.

Amy LaVere, the upright-bass-playing Memphis roots-pop chanteuse, has played with plenty of terrific guitarists since emerging as a significant solo artist with her 2006 debut, This World Is Not My Home. But, in that time frame, LaVere hasn't played with someone who…

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