Clubs & Concerts

Shannon Whitworth record release

When: Fri., March 15, 8 p.m. 2013

Shannon Whitworth's sea change of a new record, High Tide, opens with the title track, a song about heading to the coast. The Brevard, N.C., siren used to pluck banjo in unremarkable bluegrass act The Biscuit Burners. Her subsequent two solo records have served as transitions between that and this—High Tide, an album that casts a core of songs about loving and longing in garage-rock verve, old-time soul warmth and alt-country approachability. The songs bear the loosely psychedelic stamps of producer and Floating Action impresario Seth Kauffman, but his importance here shouldn't serve as a distraction from Whitworth, who sings these simple verses as though she'd been searching for these settings her entire life. Andrew Marlin opens. —Grayson Currin

Price: $12-15

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