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Tarbox Ramblers
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Raleigh
TARBOX RAMBLERS
HIDEAWAY BBQ—There've been more than a couple bands with Ramblers in their name; thanks to Charlie Poole and two Red Clay-related outfits (original and not as original), North Carolina can claim three. It works up north, too, as the handle fits Cambridge, Mass.-based quartet the Tarbox Ramblers and their sound, which roams from folk to blues to gospel, all of it raw-boned and rowdy. As for the Tarbox part, it might sound like the roughest joint in town, but it's actually the last name of band leader Michael, he of the voice built for drama and slide guitar poised for action. Tickets are $8-$10 for the 8:30 p.m. show. —Rick Cornell

Chapel Hill
18 TO 81: WOMEN'S VOICES UNITED IN SONG
UNIVERSITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH—If the choirs are any indication, this is an affair for all ages. For the first time ever, the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill's Women's Glee Club and the Women's Voices Chorus will join together for tonight's spring concert. The musical performance is made up of 100 women from ages 18 to 81. Directed by Sue Klausmeyer, tonight's concert will feature an array of works from Ralph Vaughan William's Magnificat to Irving Berlin's Blue Skies. The free concert is at 7 p.m. at 209 E. Franklin St. For more info, visit music.unc.edu/ensembles/choral/women_glee and www.womensvoiceschorus.org. —Iesha Brown

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