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MUSIC: Flyleaf at Amos' Southend 

Tuesday, May 12

The hard-rocking Texas quintet Flyleaf is finishing up work on its sophomore album, and it's about time, too. The debut went platinum, but didn't give the band much of a chance to breathe. They toured constantly behind it and were definitely getting burned out on playing the same tunes over and over. Hopefully, they'll showcase some of the new stuff. One can safely assume singer Lacey Mosley is gonna showcase her pipes from whispers to screaming all night long. With Family Force, Paper Tongues. $20-$23. 6:30 p.m. Amos' Southend, 1423 S. Tryon St. 704-377-6874.

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