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Years of Grit 

Wednesday, May 16 2012
Mark Lanegan's gruff but sultry baritone is a thing to reverently behold — as is his long and fascinating musical history. Whether you loved him in Screaming Trees and Queens of the Stone Age, or more recently in his collaborations with Greg Dulli and Isobel Campbell, Lanegan's dark side has always been strongly evident — but so have his heart and his wisdom, all which make his appeal so enduring. On the current tour, he'll be airing material from his first solo record in eight years, the impressive Blues Funeral — and it's sure to be a soul-shaking experience.
Wed., May 23, 9 p.m., 2012

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