Critics' Pick: Muddy Magnolias at Mr. Smalls | Music | Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh City Paper

[ROCK] + SAT., JUNE 10

A lot of people are determined to fit each musical act into a single genre, but bands like Muddy Magnolias are determined to make it hard for them to do so. New Yorker Jessy Wilson and Mississippian Kallie North crossed paths in Nashville, making their blues/rock/country sound both distinct and wholly universal. Their varied but complementary voices can be appreciated on tracks such as “Brother, What Happened?” or the fast-paced “Devil’s Teeth.” If you listen to these women and don’t hear anything you like, then you just might not like music. Their summer tour is mostly festivals, so we’re lucky to have them at Mr. Smalls tonight. HL 9 p.m. 400 Lincoln Ave., Millvale. $10-12. 412-821-4447 or

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