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- January 18, 2013 8pm
As a lyricist, being the son of a famous novelist must be a bit intimidating. James McMurtry seems to have taken it in stride, even when the Washington Post described his songs as “novelistic.” Few singers addressed the confusion and concern of the George W. Bush years with such precise detail, and yet the most remarkable feat of all is that McMurtry is often performing for an audience that’s not necessarily on the same political page. Lincoln Durham opens.