thursday, march 22nd 

thursday, march 22nd

Eighty-Katie and Cory Branan are two of my very favorite young acts in town and both have debut albums due out any week. Eighty-Katie play old-time rock-and-roll in the British Invasion/Cheap Trick vein with uncommon spirit and not an ounce of retro posing. Branan can be an erratic live performer, but a solo gig at the Hi-Tone CafÇ a few weeks back was the best show I ve ever seen him give, so maybe that can carry over this week when Branan and Eighty-Katie team up at the Hi-Tone tonight. -- CHRIS HERRINGTON


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