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MUSIC: Al Jarreau 

Sunday, March 20

Singer Al Jarreau is one of only a handful of jazz artists who has managed to successfully reach a mass audience while still staying true to his musical roots. Serious jazz heads know him for tunes like his groundbreaking rendition of "Take Five" — while more mainstream music fans know him as the dude who sang the theme song for the old Moonlighting TV show. However you know Jarreau, be sure to check him out when he stops through Charlotte tonight; he promises to put on a genre-bending show full of hits, both big and small (yes, even "Moonlighting"). To check out an interview with Jarreau, click here. $38.50-$75.50. 7 p.m. Knight Theater, 430 S. Tryon St. 704-372-1000.

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