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Just a little crazy 

Plus a little soul, a little trim and a lot of love

An eye-opening show

click to enlarge JASIATIC

 

Local soul vocalist Rudy Currence sings original songs and cover tunes during his performance last Wednesday at The Wine-Up.

Imported soul

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Singer Algebra Blessett drove up from Atlanta to serve as opening act for her pal Rudy Currence (see the pic above this one) Wed., Jan. 9 at The Wine-Up.

It's Britney, bitch

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MiniBritney ensures the glory days of her larger clone never dies. She performed at BAR Charlotte on Jan. 10.

Just a trim

click to enlarge JEFF HAHNE

Samantha Kueker shapes up the beard of Brian Gay at the Beards Because event at Amos' Southend on Jan. 11. The event raised more than $20,000 to support the Battered Women's Shelter of Charlotte.

Be my friend

click to enlarge KATIE WILLIAMS

Mimi Supernan, Nicole Rolandini and Valerie Westphal try to look friendly at Profiles, Charlotte's foray into the online party scene, held at Tilt on Trade Jan. 12.

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