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Critics' Pick: Erin McKeown at Club Cafe 

Photo courtesy of Jo Chattman

Photo courtesy of Jo Chattman

[FOLK/ROCK] + TUE., SEPT. 5

To say that folk-rock singer Erin McKeown has an eclectic portfolio would be an understatement; her work ranges from a capella harmonies to moody piano ballads to bluesy guitar riffs. She released “The Queer Gospel” as an anthem against discriminatory laws. She wrote “Baghdad to the Bayou” with MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow. She wrote an anti-Christmas album with tracks like “Santa Is an A**hole.” Balancing the show at Club Café are Portland-based indie-rockers The Cabin Project.

8 p.m. 56 S. 12th St., South Side. $15. 21 and older. 412-431-4950 or www.clubcafelive.com




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