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Lindsay Mac 

Wednesday, Feb. 28

Classically trained Bostonian cellist and singer/songwriter Lindsay Mac has set aside the traditional bow used to play a cello and now strums and plucks the behemoth as if it were a guitar, even strapping it around her torso with a sturdy guitar belt. She creates folk-pop laced with jazz played by a troubadour telling breathy tales of love lost and other emotive probes into the human psyche. Her recent record, Small Revolution, is darn intriguing. Amelia Dahlin will open. Lindsay Mac be at the Evening Muse beginning at 8 p.m. Tickets are $5 at the door. Details:

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